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Script to list every application on your computer

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Wanted to see if anyone had a script to run on a personal computer that would list every installed application?
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Hi,

Please refer below MS link.

http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/8035d5a9-dc92-436d-a60c-67d381da15a3

Its VBS script to export all instaled application on a system.
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Easy to do with WMIC, try this at a command line:

     wmic product get name,version

and if you want the output in t a file just do:

     wmic product get name,version /output:report.txt

~bp
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