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Hi guys,
I want the list of all the applications installed on the user as well as remote computers in the domain.
Does microsoft native tool provides this feature else suggest me any other way out.
Thanks in advance.
Jan 30 '14 #1
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Microsoft does offer a set of tools that are a very awesome suite of command prompt tools for the every-day Systems Admin. Within their suite they have a program called "psinfo", which will literally get all of the installed software and hotfixes from any machine on your domain. The best part is that it's completely free! Give it a look:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb842062.aspx
Jan 30 '14 #2
Well, the native method is confusing and difficult to apply. So, its better to use any utility tool to manage your AD in an efficient manner. You may refer to many tools available. As per requirement, I can suggest you to go with Lepide. you can also manages user/group,OU in bulk.
Get the free trial version here-
http://www.manageactivedirectory.com/
Feb 8 '14 #3

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