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[urgent] Remotely get the computer specification

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I am using windows xp, but some computers in my network uses windows 98. My problem is how can I get the computer specification of windows 98 remotely from my computer. I have adiministrative rights on all computers. thanks...
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Hello,
try opening a Dos Shell and type:

  systeminfo /S IP.Of.Remote.Workstation /U Administrator /P password

Should return you the information you require.

Hope that helped ;)
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