We're in the process of rolling out Checkpoint Full Disk Encryption (FDE) software to our firm's laptops. One of the advised pre-requirements is to run a chkdsk and defrag. If chkdsk reveals bad sectors we may need to run "chkdsk /F" and/or replace the hard drive(s) depending on the extent of the problem before installing FDE. We have used the following LANDesk custom scripts to run a chkdsk and defrag and pipe logfiles to a server share for analysis:-
remexec0= chkdsk >\\server\share\CheckPoint\Chkdsk\Logfiles\%computername%.log
remexec0= defrag c: >\\server\share\Defrag\Analysis\%computername%.log
This is fine in principle but we will have hundreds of logfiles to manually look through for chkdsk "bad sectors" and defrag "status".
Is there a way either to:-
1) Collate the .LOG files into a Logfile Analyser utility (I tried Splunk but seemed over-complicated for our needs)? Is AutoIT an option here and if so how please?
2) Run the LANDesk custom scripts on a machine then merge data from the .LOG file into the machine's LANDesk Inventory so that we can query/report on the results (this would be ideal!)?
We have searched the net but cannot find a way of doing this. Any help would be much appreciated.