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How do i collect AddRemove Program List from the computers in a domain

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Hi,
How can i collect remotely add remove programs installed on the client computers in a network. (I have administrative rights.)
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by:peea
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1. RDP. :-)

2. Deploy software using domain GPO.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/816102

3. Use PSEXEC to remotely run WMIC command for application installation and uninstallation.

http://www.tech-recipes.com/rx/2947/windows_uninstall_application_command_line/
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by:certuran
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I think there is misunderstanding. I need remote computer addremove program list.
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Just a list of the installed programs as shown in Control Panel?

If so, the command line based tool is PsInfo which gathers key information about the local or remote Windows.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897550

Specifically, the command to collect a list of installed software on computer ABCD is:

psinfo \\abcd -s
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by:certuran
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it'i a good command. However for a lot of client i am getting "could not connect to remote registry on ABCD" "network path not found" even I run the command from doamin controller with domain administrative rights.
Would you have suggesting something.
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by:McKnife
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If the remote registry is not accessible, then either the firewall on that computer is blocking, or the remote registry service is not running - or both. You can influence both by using GPOs.
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by:certuran
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if firewall and wmi is covenient psinfo is good command
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