PS Scanner as logged on user

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  • Colby Bouma

    >So, the "Mapped Drives" scanner will return the mapped drives of the scan user as opposed to the logged on user

    In my testing it actually does grab the mapped drives of all logged on users. However, I totally agree that there are scenarios where running the scanner with the "Logged on User" option would be useful. It's something we're looking into adding.

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  • Ray

    I am also not getting any returns on the mapped drives. Our drives are mapped via VB script: MapDrive "Letter","\\Server\Folder". Is there a way to capture these mapped drives?

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  • Ray

    I've discovered a potential workaround, by creating a new PS scan profile with this single line: Get-SMBConnection

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  • Colby Bouma

    Thank you for the suggestion! I added it to the repository: https://github.com/pdq/PowerShell-Scanners/tree/master/PowerShell%20Scanners/SMB%20Connections

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