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sydi-server to retrieve installed patches only.

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sydi-server to retrieve installed patches only.

I need to use the sydi-server tool, but I need it to retrieve just the Installed patches with the name of the computer on the top of the document.

No table of contents, no Network,no storage info, just installed patches

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by:James Haywood
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I think you have to use the -w switch which gives basic machine info and if you add -wq then this will give you patches. To remove the -w info from the document remove the sections you don't want from the sydi-server.vbs file.
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by:jskfan
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I use -wq, but still gives me unneeded info...
if you can tweak the script that will be great..

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You can directly edit the vbs. You need to spend a bit of time confirming which sections you don't need and delete them.
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