Nothing to install on any PC or server that you audit and no changes are made by the audit tool.
You can only install this to Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise. Server installation is not required. Should you want to, install to Server 2012r2 or newer.
Read more about server installations.
The PC to which you install must be on a Windows domain.
Installation to a server is not necessary.
E-Z Audit will audit Windows XP SP2 through Windows 11, as well as Server Server 2012r2 or newer.
Install it to your PC – there's nothing you need to install on any server. It won't make any changes to anything – you're in control.
No reboots required post-install anywhere.
And note: Unlike all competing products that inventory vs. audit, our PC audits don't run from your PC or where the Admin Console is installed to.There's no "deployment" in the usual understanding of that term. You can easily be ready-to-audit in 10-minutes or less from installing.
Just install to your PC and share a couple of folders on your server.
Use the point and click tool to create a configuration to audit and add a line to your logon script or create a scheduled task for all users at your server. You choice, both are easy.
Here's how (Quick Start Guide)No. Any PC audit tool that makes you push anything to your PCs is polluting your PCs and bogging your network. Also, we make no changes to any PC or server being audited: touch free and clean audits.No.No. Unlike other PC auditing tools audits are not run from a console. They are triggered from your choice of either your users' logon script of via scheduled tasks.No, and any product that requires it has some serious flaws in how they do what they do.No and any PC audit tool that requires that is opening some security holes in your network.No, in fact basically zero. Audits run at the user's PC with nothing happening at your server or across the wire.
Think of it along the lines of sharing notepad.exe from the server to a user then they save back a small file.It's quick and easy.
At the PC where you installed just do the usual thing to remove any program via Windows Control Panel > Programs and Features and uninstall from there.
To remove the server-side items, read this. The process takes just a couple of minutes.
No reboots required either at your PC or any server.