Portable PC Audit Tool

 

Audit PCs, Servers, Kiosks and BYOD PCs via our portable PC audit tool

The ezaudit scanner module is 100% portable so you can audit kiosks, servers, BYOD laptops or any PC hands-on via USB stick.

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E-Z Audit PC Audit Software

Try our free PC audit demo tool.  It will do a 'Basic Audit' in about 4 seconds and produce an HTML report of your PC's hardware and software

Our full product can also do a deep and comprehensive audit of all program files and even non-program files of your choosing.

And, of course, you can use the demo on a USB stick.

 

 

Using the ezscan.exe module on a USB stick:

The easiest method best for most users:

Just copy ezscan.exe onto a USB flash drive, insert the USB into a PC, click ezscan.exe and audit.  Save the audit back to the USB device then copy it off the USB device to a folder anywhere you want on your PC or server.

The ezaudit Admin Console will consolidate the data for all audits in that folder.  Just browse to it in the Admin Console. 

You can put these into the same folder as automated audits done on your network or into it's own folder, whatever works best for what you need to accomplish.

The ezscan.exe file can be found in C:\ProgramData\EZAudit\15\Network Scanner Configuration Files.


If you need to do identical audits with customized audit options on multiple machines, configure the USB audit:

1. Plug a USB stick into your PC.

2. Open the Configuration tool from Tools in the Admin Console at your PC.

3.  Select Create a new configuration for automating audits via USB.

4. Choose the audit options you want.

5. Save the configuration to the root of your USB device.

6. Create one folder called Audits off the root of your USB device e.g. E:\Audits

7. The configuration tool will copy the needed files to the device.

8. At a PC you are auditing, insert the USB device and do Windows-Key +R, in Run type E:\ezscan.exe -a (replacing "E" with the actual drive letter for the USB device.)

The audit will be saved to the USB drive's "Audits" folder.