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to find all windows client version installed on my network

Posted on 2014-04-16
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I would like to know how many Computer and Windows Versions installed on clinet on my Network.

please idea

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hey Apollo-13

Can you give us a few more details buddy..?
Home / Enterprise network
Do you have any tools such as SMS / Altiris or any other scanning software?

are you looking to make it like a report and have it split up. or you want to scan 1 OS at a time..? IE all Windows 7 machines, then all xp machines etc
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by:apollo-13
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Company Network  with AD.
i do not any Tools .
I have many XP and Windows Computers on my Network. I just want to know which Computer installed xp and 7.

maybe MS Tools ?
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i am just looking for good Tools
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Something good (and free for 60 days) is this tool
http://www.softinventive.com/products/total-network-inventory/

I have used it before and it's great if you do not already have a good system in place.
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ok thanks
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this only for 50 Computers Trial

other maybe MS tools
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Santosh Gupta earned 167 total points
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Hi,

use OCS inventory tools, it is open source hence not requirement of license and no limitation.
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ocsinventory/
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