Extracting server information

Posted on 2008-11-12
Last Modified: 2013-11-05
I need to extract the OS version, number of CPU's, proc speed, disk total and available disk space on all Windows 2000, and 2003 servers.
Is there a tool to extract that info within Windows?
Question by:lanman777
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    Accepted Solution

    I'm sure you could right a script to pull that info from WMI but i'm not an expert on that.  

    I know it is not what you are looking for (since it is not within Windows) but you could download GPInventory and get that info.  I know, you're thinking GPInventory????  It is a great little tool from Microsoft that pulls the info you wanted plus much more.

    You can download it directly from Microsoft -

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    You can use this tool Belarc. It's free. However, you have to login every server and run it:


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