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monitoriing which files are installed

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On the DOS/Windows side of my job, I have several programs that will allow me to create verbose listings of which files are installed to which directory when doing a program install. I desperately require such a function for either my PowerBook 5300c or my Quadra. The program should be either freeware or shareware.

Any information that you may be able to forward will be greatly appreciated.

Regards,

Doug Donahue
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There is a couple of those app on the Mac aswell. Like Mac User's Install Tracker. You can get it at;
http://www.zdnet.com/macuser/software/
click on "browse categories" and select "ZD Exclusives:MacUser Utilities".
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Always nice to hear from those that know. Although I have been working with DOS/Windows machines for a decade+, I am learning the Macintosh to (hopefully) ensure my continuity or service with my employer (a local ISP).

Thanks for the prompt reply. It is certainly appreciated...

Doug
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