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Want To log User & System Software

Discussion in 'Windows' started by ghostomni, Aug 28, 2007.

  1. ghostomni

    ghostomni New Member

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    Checkout This Link
    <<Self promotion link Removed>>
     
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    nice, but does not actually list system software rather drivers.you can always export the
    Code:
    regedit /e c:\software.txt HKLM\software\microsoft\windows\currentversion\uninstall
    to get a list of software installed
     
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    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    ghostomni, please do not self promote your blog in the posts. You can use the signature. I would suggest you read the Rules and guidelines of the forum.
     
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    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Also I see that you have one of such in the Articles as well.
     
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    Ok I m Sending The Coding For Logging

    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ >> User Logon Log << $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
    This Coding log USERNAME, login TIME, login DATE Please Note Copy All Coding On A Notepad & Save It As Startuplog.bat
    Code:
    @echo off echo.**************************************************** >>c:\startup.log
    ver >>c:\startup.log
    echo. >>c:\startup.log
    echo. >>c:\startup.log
    echo. User LOGGED IN INFO >>c:\startup.log
    @echo Off
    for /f "tokens=3 delims=\" %%i in ("%USERPROFILE%") do (set user=%%i) 2>&1
    echo "Logged User :%user%" >>c:\startup.log
    echo. >>c:\startup.log
    echo. >>c:\startup.log
    
    echo.User LOG IN Time >>c:\startup.log
    echo. >>c:\startup.log
    time /t >>c:\startup.log
    echo. >>c:\startup.log
    echo.User LOG IN Date >>c:\startup.log
    echo. >>c:\startup.log
    date /t >>c:\startup.log
    @echo Off
    echo.**************************************************** >>c:\startup.log
    
    This Coding Log All System Software
    Please Note Copy All Coding On A Notepad & Save It As DriverQuary.bat

    Code:
    @echo off
    c:
    driverquery >c:\drivers.log
    
     
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    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Please use Code block for posts having code snippets.
     
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    once again the drivers query will only pull the drivers not the actual installed software.

    this whole script could be done in two lines, nope one will do it. as well in csv format so you could look at it through excel and sort the colums.
    Code:
    
    for /F "tokens=* " %%i in ('ver') do ( echo %USERNAME% , %TIME% , %DATE% , %%i >> %SYSTEMDRIVE%\startup.log )
    
     
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    Thanks UR Coding Is Useful. Small & Unique
     

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