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vb.net Threads to  update datatable best way

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I have a program that will query computers for some wmi information.

Put that information into a datatable.

I figured it would be nice to have it query maybe 3 or 4 computers at the same time and update one datatable.

For each computer in Computers
  dim dt as new datatable
  dt = GetCompInfo(computer.name)  * Threaded sub returns it's own datatable.
next

As threads return I woudl then add their rows to the Public main datatable.

What is the best way to approach this?

Thanks,

Rog
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