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Hi,
I need to extract total physical memory size of windows 2000 server, remotely over ssh command.
systeminfo  - old version and has a bug with remote access.
Only option  is use typeperf.
How can I calculate total physical memory using only typeperf

Thanks.
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Use WMIC.

wmic /node:SERVERNAME ComputerSystem get TotalPhysicalMemory
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Not installed (windows 2000). Service kit also not installed. And can't be installed because of customer policy.
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