Java Applications Inventory

Posted on 2014-08-18
Last Modified: 2015-01-30
Hello Experts - I'm curious does anyone possess  a script that will perform a software inventory on a system and then inform you whether or not that software uses JAVA and it's present version of JAVA?  Thank you.
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    You can only tell where client-side applications are in use. The presence of either .class or .jar files will tell you that something is potentially in use. And of course you can enumerate installed programs to see if Java itself is installed. That's all you can do.

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