PDQ Inventory Questions

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  • Luke Nichols

    Richard,

    Try this:

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  • Richard Bigelow

    Sweet!  Works great!  

     

     

    Thanks! 

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  • Richard Bigelow

    I have created the scan , made sure the targets are being scanned.   I can go into the pc's browse to folder and tell that the file is there but when I create the collection with the following it's like the collection is not working correctly.  Still pulls machines that has the .url installed.  What am I missing ? 

    Thanks! 

     

     

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  • GrantG

    Does that first criteria have a typo?

    Looks like C;\Users (with a semicolon instead of colon) on my screen, which would cause it to not do what you want.

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  • Richard Bigelow

    I did have a typo, have corrected but still  the same issue.  This is the file scan 

    But it still shows up in the collection.

     

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  • Luke Nichols

    Richard,

    In addition to fixing the typo that Grant mentioned above, I also reorganized your filters and changed the file path to remove the "Public" part of the "Public Desktop" folder. In my environment the path to the public desktop does not actually contain the phrase "Public Desktop" when you click on it in the address bar and look at the actual location. If it requires that exact phrasing in your environment feel free to change it back:

    Edit:
    After reading your last post I recommend changing your scan pattern to this:

    %public%\Desktop\**\

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