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Can I somehow exclude hotfix's from showing in systeminfo command line

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Is there a way through command line in Windows to use the systeminfo command but exclude all the hotfix information?  
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systeminfo | find /V /I "hotfix" | find /V "KB"

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do the job ?
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by:just_survivin_12
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Yes sir, does what I need it to.  Thank you
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