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HI! I want to display the names of the Installed Products which r on the remote machine using WMI in VC++ 6.0 !

Can anybody gives the solution for this one ?
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Here's a project on CodeGuru that can show you how to do this:

http://www.codeguru.com/Cpp/W-P/system/misc/article.php/c5675/

I think the WIN32_Product object will get you what you want.

I've extended this program to show more of the attributes, if you want I can post this code.
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Note that this project doesn't include WIN32_Product in its object list by default, but you can type it into the combo box.
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