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System information on NT4

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Does anyone knows how to obtain the system information on NT4 server?

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jdff
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by:Luc Franken
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Hi jdff,

Use a tool like AIDA32 (http://www.aida32.hu)
It'll tell you more about the system than you would even like to know ;-)

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LucF
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Is there any internal command?

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Luc Franken earned 500 total points
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Windows NT4 doesn't have any device manager and nothing to replace it :(
I've used AIDA32 on all kinds of systems including NT4 and it works perfectly.

For your information, AIDA32 is free to use.

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Glad to help ;-)
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