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    Senior Member br_fusion's Avatar
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    Any good information gathering utilities?

    My boss has asked me to find a good command line utility that will query remote computers and find basic information about them. He is looking for hardware, software, network information(shares). As of right now the tool, "psinfo" is used, but still more information is desired.

    I know there a few good GUI tools, but I can't seem to find any command line ones.

    Any help would be much appreciated!
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    Shadow Programmer mmelby's Avatar
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    Track-it has a command line utility that can provide all the H/W and S/W info you need. May be more than you need but they do offer 2 different levels. You can get to them here:


    If the client boxes are Windows based you can get a fair amount of information using WMI scripting. A place to get started would be here:


    Hope this helps.
    Last edited by mmelby; February 13th, 2007 at 09:18 PM.
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