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Check the installed version of Internet Explorer Remotely on Windows 7 Computers

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I need a way to check what version of Internet Explorer is installed on all the windows 7 computers in my network. I have seen many vbs scripts that say they can do this using wmi, but this does not seem to work correctly under windows 7, Is there another way I can get this info?

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Hi, try the script here:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Visual_Basic/VB_Script/Q_26761987.html

Read the comments, there is a typo on line 8.

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Rob.
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This script seems to work. a couple of the computers returned offline, but they where most likely off when I ran the script.

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