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Tim Golden 10-24-2012 11:51 AM

Re: Is there a way to programmatically turn on remote registry?
 
On 24/10/2012 12:40, Kevin Holleran wrote:> Here is the full traceback:
>
> [output]
> Scan_NIC_Driver_Info_1.2.py <http://Scan_NIC_Driver_Info_1.2.py> -i
> testing_MSK_Server.csv -o MSK_Test_output.csv -u unreachable.csv
> Parsing input file...
>
> Connecting to IP...
>
> Traceback (most recent call last):
> File
> "D:\Development\Scripts\Python\Scan_NIC_Driver_Inf o\Scan_NIC_Driver_Info_
> 1.2.py <http://1.2.py>", line 70, in <module>
> _, names = registry.EnumKey(HKLM,NICs)
> File "C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\wmi.py", line 431, in __call__
> handle_com_error ()
> File "C:\Python27\lib\site-packages\wmi.py", line 241, in

handle_com_error
> raise klass (com_error=err)
> wmi.x_wmi: <x_wmi: Unexpected COM Error (-2147352567, 'Exception
> occurred.', (0,
> u'SWbemProperty', u'Type mismatch ', None, 0, -2147217403), None)>
>
> [/output]
>
> Basically, it parses a list of hosts from a CSV, outputs a series of
> lines: host, driverDesc, diverDate, driverVersion. Basically it pings
> the host first to make sure its up.
>
> Here are the relevant parts to the script:
>
> [code]
> registry = wmi.WMI(host, namespace="default").StdRegProv
> _, names = registry.EnumKey(HKLM,NICs)


Could you confirm what version of Windows is running on the remote
machine? Also, could you show the output of the following, please:

<code>
import wmi

host = "<whatever>" # pick one

print wmi.WMI(host, namespace="default").StdRegProv

</code>


TJG


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