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Function to Find Last update

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Hi,

Is there a function to find what was the last update installed on a computer, could someone please help me on this...


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i wonder why i haven't get any help from anyone.May be i have posted the question in wrong forum?


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Hi Syed,

please wait at least 24 hours before bumping a thread.

Could you please be a bit more specific? What updates do you mean? Windows patches, application updates, hardware updates ...?


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Hi Syed,

please wait at least 24 hours before bumping a thread.

Could you please be a bit more specific? What updates do you mean? Windows patches, application updates, hardware updates ...?

I am really sorry for that non-patience water.Appology me!

Specific to the update - I just wanted to track the last installed application,patch,driver,etc.. if i specify the from date to end date it should fetch details from the machine. I hope there may be a function for it. Could you please help me to find out it ...

Thanks in advance!


Thank you,Regards,[font="Garamond"][size="4"]K.Syed Ibrahim.[/size][/font]

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Look at the System Info Macros - found in the Macro reference section of the help file.

They should go some way towards what you need.

William

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