Pusher - Inventory

Posted On 2009-05-20 by FortyPoundHead
Tags: Pusher 
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After loading targets, simply click the Inventory Targets button. Inventory will be performed, and the results stored for later viewing. Any errors encountered will be logged, and will also be viewable in the status ("Thought Processes") at the bottom of the main window.

To view the inventory, click the View Inventory button.

The Inventory Viewer is a simple interface to the inventory database. To view a clients inventory, select it from the list, and click "View Selected". A new window will be opened, displaying the inventory of the selected client.

To remove a client from the inventory, simply highlight it in the list, and click the "Remove Selected" button. The client will be instantly removed.

When you are done with the inventory functions, click the "Done w/Inventory" button.

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By: timonfavori
Date: 2011-02-28

i can't speak english, give me please forums in french, thank you

By: FortyPoundHead
Date: 2011-02-28

My apologies, but I do not speak french, other than "Omelette du Fromage". I would recommend utilizing babelfish ( to translate web pages to your desired language.

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