I've deployed Community Edition of Open-AudiT on some of my client networks.
I crafted a user based logon script that calls wscript (invisible mode) to run the audit on each logon. However, it does not seems to work on Windows 10 machines. Has anyone else had this issue.
Works fine on any other systems, Windows 7, Server 2008, etc.
The script definitely does work on Windows 10. See my other post - No monitor model/type is found when running the script on Windows 10?
I would try running it locally on the failing device. If you have audit_windows.vbs in c:\windows (which is where discovery puts it), open a command prompt and run the below (or cd to where your audit_windows.vbs is located):
cscript audit_windows.vbs submit_online=n create_file=y debugging=5
That should create an XML file named - hostnameYYYMMDDHHIISS.xml (hostname + timestamp).
If it doesn't work, you should see something in the console indicating why.
If it does work, I'd try adding the below, changing the arguments and submitting it online:
cscript audit_windows.vbs submit_online=y create_file=n debugging=5 url=http://YOUR_SERVER/open-audit/index.php/input/devices
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