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Is There A Windows 2000 WMI Equivalent For NT4 Server?

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I have recently created a VB application that grabs system information from Windows 2000 such as the machine serial number, service pack level, total memory, all IPs in use, etc. using the WMI service.

I would like to be able to get similar information about my nt4 servers. Does anyone know of any controls or code that can get the same type of info from nt4?
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Install the WSH 5.6 host on the NT machine and you should be able to run the same scripts as you do on 2000.

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