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how to capture remote system properties

how to capture remote system properties such as RAM capasity and harddisk information.
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thanassisCommented:
If you are a VB programmer you will find sample code here:

http://freevbcode.com/ShowCode.asp?ID=5122&NoBox=True
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pratiganCommented:
Here is a vast of information explaining how to go about this...http://web.mit.edu/pismere/admin/nt4remot.htm

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smallbeeCommented:
what remote control u use? Terminal Service? PCAnywhere? etc.? and what system is that? unix, linux, windows, or Mac?

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abeaieAuthor Commented:
i'm using servlet and java socket programming to detect remote client system properties such as RAM & harddisk space.currently, i used jigsaw for the java web server.
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smallbeeCommented:
http://java.quest.com/jprobe/jprobe.shtml

since u use java... this is a good tool to check the memory usage.

check it out
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smallbeeCommented:
To check HD space you can just query the disk then
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