I want to know how i can Audit the PC's with the Audit_Windows.vbs script usig our GPO's.
I tried with a startup job but nothing happens.
Is there a chance to get this work without using the Command Prompt as an Administrator?
The Employee's doenst have Admin right's.
I hope u understand y Question. I don't speak and write very well in Englisch ^^
The Audit work only with cmd as Admin.
Our PC's doesn't have Admin rights.
The Audit Server isn't in our Domain could this be a Problem?
If you run the audit script manually on a PC can it return the results to the audit server? That's your first check. If that doesn't work, then you need to figure out why it's can't return the results.
Regarding the credentials, this is a limitation of Windows. Please see: https://community.opmantek.com/display/OA/Target+Client+Configuration
Also, other options for auditing: https://community.opmantek.com/display/OA/How+to+Audit+in+complex+network+environments
Two quick steps to troubleshoot this, first follow the instructions on this page: How to audit a Computer#Auditingusingascript(Windows) and make sure you can run the audit from a sample device manually. Note, you should be logged-in as a user with the same level of access as a regular user would have when the script runs.
If this works, then you need to verify that the script is running properly when being called by your startup job. Keep in mind that if you are running this as part of the system startup you need to wait long enough for networking services to be up and running before this script runs. This reference gives a good overview of how to do this: https://www.thewindowsclub.com/set-delay-time-startup-programs-windows
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