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Get all the windows component details that are installed to a file

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Hi,

I have the machine names to scan in a file.

Get all the windows component details that are installed to a file.

Regards
Sharath
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by:ChiefIT
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If I am understanding your question correctly, It sounds like you want your machine names to coincide with all of the system's information. Then you want to create a file.

There is a program called Belarc advisor that will tell you pretty much everything you want to know about a machine. The enterprise edition will scan the LAN, If I am not mistaken.

Then, there is a utility from Microsofts web page "Sysinternals" that will tell you anything you want to know about the machine. You can print this out and put in a binder individually.
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What are you trying to do in addition to what this one already does?

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by:bsharath
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Sorry Zoofan my Question was a bit wrong...
Need to install all windows components on all machines in a file.

A way to have all windows components in a file and i should be able to say yes or no to the components and should install the components...

Any way closing this Q will post a new Q for this...

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gotch ya.

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by:bsharath
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Any help on yesterdays Q.....'S
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Sorry just got home, brains not switched gears. Which where?


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As i told you yesterday.A way to try getting in to all drives in a machine.If any drive$ is disable to show the results...
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And a way to scan all folders in a machine to see if the logged in user has rights to all folders...
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