View ODBC DSN per user


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  • Ryan Joachim

    There are a few ways to get that information, most notably Powrershell and the registry.
    With Powershell, you can run Get-OdbcDsn -Platform 32-bit to list all 32-bit sources.
    The registry holds info on all of the sources for each user, but I don't think it shows whether a source is 64-bit or 32.

    My suggestion would be to pull the information you need using Powershell (with Get-OdbcDsn), then use that to populate custom fields in Inventory.
    From there you would be able to build reports based on the results of that script.

    Let me know if that's a route you'd like to look at, and I'll try to put together an example for you.

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