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How to remotely find amount of RAM on network computer

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Is there a way to see how much RAM is installed on a network computer without having to physically be at the computer?  Remote Desktop is not an option.
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On your machine: Right-Click on My Computer > Go to Manage

In Computer Management: Right-Click on (Computer Management (Local)) > Connect to another computer

Type the name of the computer you want to connect to...

Right-Click on Computer Management (Name of remote computer) > Properties
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From a command prompt:

SystemInfo /S remoteputername
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FIMC: My suggestion above will allow you too access many computers without a problem. However, if you try to access a Server or another computer which require you to have Admin rights, it will give you an error.

In this case, mastoo's way would be a lot better because it has command line switches to provide an Admin Username and Password.

Thanks mastoo, I didn't know about this command line, but now realize how handy this is.
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From a favorite book: Microsoft Windows command-line  administrator's pocket consultant.
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Both ways worked for me so I will split the points between mastoo and pzozulka.  Thanks for the help!
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