I ran this script from my terminal and it outputted a .xml file that had the audit results. I logged into Open-AudIT (The default username/password is in the blue banner) and was able to import the results of the audit directly.
After this was accomplished I navigated to the device list and can see my computer in the list that may or may not be named after Shaq.
And a great indication of the software that is discovered from this process as well.
That was a really quick way to test the functionality of Open-AudIT with your own machine. The best part of this is you can do this from any machine if you are using VirtualBox or a similar provider. Test this on your device today and you will see the amazing benefits of using this in your organization.