With Inventory, RealMigrator collects machine data through Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). Depending on settings and configurations RealMigrator collects data about disk drives, processors, drivers, monitors, printers, software settings and more. This data will migrate to Windows 10 to configure a computer with the previous settings from Windows 7.
|Run WMI Queries||RealMigrator will run the selected WMI Queries|
|Read Installer registry||RealMigrator will read the installer registry on a client computer|
|Enum drives||RealMigrator collects data about existing drives|
|Enum mail accounts||RealMigrator collects data about existing mail accounts|
|Check network bandwidth||RealMigrator will check and record the network bandwidth of a client computer or a whole company network|
|Execute script breakout|
|Log level||Available log levels are Error, Info and Debug.|
|Power mode||If this mode is activated, power down is prevented during migration.|
Some WMI Queries are preset as standard. As it was mentioned before, RealMigrator has the ability to read system and computer settings.
|Key||Name of the query|
|Path||Query will running from the entered path|
|Query||Tasks of the query|
Use the up and down buttons to change the order of the queries
At the bottom of the page there are buttons to create new queries or delete existing ones
RealMigrator offers a default script for Inventory. But it is possible to edit the existing script or to writing a new script.
If you click the Reset button in the Config tab or in the Script tab, all your entries will be reset to the RealMigrator default values.
To accept the default values you have to click Save at the top of the page.