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HOW DO I PULL A SOFTWARE INVENTORY OF A PC ACROSS A DOMAIN WITH STANDARD WINDOWS xp TOOLS

Posted on 2010-08-17
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I need to rebuild a PC. the target PC is in our UK office while i am located in NYC. I need to get an accurate list of the applications installed on this PC transparently with out distrubing the tuser so i can build a sister workstation. what XP imbedded tool can i use or is there something that can accomplish this 3rd party
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Question by:Mista_Rocksteady
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Krzysztof Pytko earned 250 total points
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use built-in regedit tool

run regedit on your PC and choose "File -> Connect to remote registry" type its IP and check

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall

this is uninstall list of software available in Add/Remove software on his computer
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by:cpoulter
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Download PSTools from www.sysinternals.com, unzip into the system32 folder and use PSINFO.exe with the following in a batch file

setlocal EnableDelayedExpansion
REM This txt file lists the computers to pull data from
set file=psinfo.txt
FOR /F %%i IN (%file%) DO (
set name=%%i
psinfo -s \\!name! >C:\\psinfo\!name!.txt
) 

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by:Mista_Rocksteady
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the PST tools package is extrememly helpful not just with this request but sevreal i have pending. thank you
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by:Lee W, MVP
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System Information for Windows (SIW) is a single Executable.  Used in conjunction with PSEXEC, you can have it run a 2-4 minute system report which includes just about all the information you can dream up about a PC.  I'm currently writing an Access Database to import that data and subsequently flag systems that don't don't meet requirements or even troubleshoot systems that appear to have issues.
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