Does anyone know of a good way to check the version of a file over my LAN? I have about 100 computers that all need the same version of a particular EXE file. They are all located in the same directory on every computer. Is there a program or way out there to do this easily? The main things i would need to check is the size/date/version info on the file.
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This will be demonstrated using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.
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