It already keeps track of inventory on media files under the Multimedia Files section. I am not sure you want to list the JPG files in inventory as it may slow down the scanner considerably..
thanks for reply.
Yes, I want to list all files with .jpg extension that exists in a computer.
It is possible?
It needs to be put into the LdAppl3.Template under the following section(below) and then run make available to client to rebuild ldappl. I have never tried this for JPG, but be aware the listings in teh software section under package will exponentially grow and could cause DB issues. I would try this on a test core prior to production, as you don't want to kill your DB/core.
; ScanExtensions lists the extensions that will be searched for.
; Regardless of what is entered in the Applications section, if the extension
; of the file is not listed here, the application will not be found.
; This list is currently limited to 40 extensions. If there are more than 40
; extensions, only the first 40 will be used.
;ScanExtensions=.exe .com .sys .nlm .lan .dll .hlp .lvl .crh .lib .run .jar .dat