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Does anyone knows why native Inventory does not return mapped drivers as Volumes instead of "runkbot 4 0"?
Yes, when I execute "runkbot 4 0" KACE shows all mapped directories my computer has.

Because I really would like to know if its possible to do in regular inventory.
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When the client runs the inventory it runs in the system context which does not have any mapped drives. When you run it manually it runs in your user context so the drives are available. 
Answered 01/18/2017 by: chucksteel
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Create a kscript that runs as current logged in user:
wmic logicaldisk where "drivetype='4'" get deviceid,providername > C:\ProgramData\Dell\KACE\user\NetworkDrives.txt
then use a CIR to read that file.

see
http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/create-cirs-to-show-current-users-mapped-drives-and-networled-printers-presented-at-dell-world-user-forum-2014-lessions-from-the-field

Note: you no longer need the vbs file to hide the batch file with the current version of the k1000
Answered 01/18/2017 by: SMal.tmcc
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Is there another way to make KACE executes the inventory in the user context?
Answered 01/18/2017 by: redegazeta_fcruz
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