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How to scan with LsPush

Last updated on November 24 2012

Lspush is a small executable that takes a full local inventory of the local computer and sends the results to the lansweeper server or stores them in a file which can be imported later.
Available from Lansweeper version 4.2 in folder lansweeper\client.

Advantages:

  • Does not require administrative privileges.
  • A full scan takes only 40 KB of traffic.
  • No more problems with inbound firewalls or RPC server unavailable.
  • No more remote “access denied” problems.
  • Make an inventory of the computers of your remote workers and have them send the results by e-mail.
  • Can be used in login scripts/scheduled jobs/custom scripts,…
  • Works with Windows home version.


Screenshot in E-mail or File mode:


 

Using LsPush with direct server connection.

The syntax is similar to lsclient.exe

Usage:

Lspush.exe <servername> <port> /showresult

Port is optional, default port is 9524
/showresult is optional

/showresult shows a message “failed” or “success” if the connection to the server worked.

Examples:

Lspush.exe servername
Lspush.exe servername 9500
Lspush.exe 192.168.1.50
Lspush.exe 192.168.1.50 /showresult
 

Using LsPush with E-mail.

Start lspush.exe without any extra parameters.

After the scan MAPI is used to open the default mail program and attach the result.

The administrator can copy the file to the “lansweeper\service\import” folder where the service will process it.


 

Using LsPush with file export.

Start lspush.exe with parameter /file.

Example:

Lspush.exe /file

After the scan the temporary folder will be opened with the result.

You can now copy the file to the “lansweeper\service\import” folder where the service will process it.


 

Using LsPush with direct copy to folder.

Start lspush.exe with parameter /folder.

Example:

Lspush.exe /folder "c:\temp\foldername"
Lspush.exe /folder "\\servername\sharedfolder"