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How do I capture the names of the Internet add ons from various pc's ?

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I know how to identify Internet Add on's if I sit down at a particular pc.
(Tools / Manage Add-ons)

What I would like to do is retrieve a file, registry entries or something from various pc's and then sit in "my" cube and compare them,  so that I might be able to identify what add ons may be missing from one machine or what add ons are on one pc but not on the others.
I'm not tring to enforce any specific set of add ons.

I'm just trying to identify which ones are on what pcs.

Thanks in advance for all response.



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unsure: somethings tells me you may need to search via restiry
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