Are you trying to find out what ports LANDesk is using or a list of all open ports in general?
I'm interested to querry for a specific port (2967 - Symantec GUP Server communication port). In fact I need to get the Symantec GUP servers list from Landesk.
Maybe there is another way to get it... Any suggestions?
Look for it as installed software?
I'm looking only for gup servers, not for all servers having Symantec Endpoint Protection installed.
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Ah, I see, sorry. Not too familar with the product.
Is that open port the only way to identify a GUP server? No registry key or value you could look for? Reg keys are pretty easy to pull in: How to scan Windows Registry for custom information using Ivanti Endpoint Manager ( EPM )
If you have to check for open ports, you'll probably need to write your own script or exe to grab the data and either put it into a registry key to be read as above, or saved as a specially-formated file that can be imported into the inventory by LDISCN32. More details are available in these articles: How to extend the Inventory Scanner capabilities & How to retrieve the Run registry key from the clients and store it in the Inventory
To be honest, if this is just for discovery purposes and you do not need this data to persist in the LD database (for reports or whatever), you may find it quicker and easier to abandon LANDesk for this task and do a basic port scan with something like SoftPerfect Network Scanner or nMap.
Good Ideea Richard. I think I will adopt the solution of SoftPerfect Network Scanner. Thank you also for sharing the information on registry informations retrieve.