Processor info from command line?

Posted on 2003-03-24
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Last Modified: 2010-04-13
Hi all,

I'm running XP Pro, and want to be able to tell processor info about a remote (Win2k) server elsewhere on the LAN.  If I don't want to terminal services into it, how can I tell the processor/RAM settings of the box?

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YarnoSG earned 75 total points
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SysInternals (http://www.sysinternals.com) has a free utility, PSInfo, that gets this kind of information:  Here is some sample output from a remote machine:

P:\>psinfo \\TARGETPC

PsInfo 1.34 - local and remote system information viewer
Copyright (C) 2001-2002 Mark Russinovich
Sysinternals - www.sysinternals.com

System information for \\TARGETPC:
Uptime:                    3 days, 18 hours, 8 minutes, 14 seconds
Kernel version:            Microsoft Windows 2000, Uniprocessor Free
Product type:              Professional
Product version:           5.0
Service pack:              3
Kernel build number:       2195
Registered organization:   Caterpillar, Inc.
Registered owner:          Caterpillar
Install date:              3/19/2003, 2:12:48 PM
IE version:                5.5000
System root:               C:\WINNT
Processors:                1
Processor speed:           865 MHz
Processor type:            Intel Pentium III
Physical memory:           254 MB


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