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Syed23

Hi Friends,

I am creating one tool which will validate whether all the patches have installed on user machine. Here my question is, do we have any option in autoit to read the installed updates details from Add/Remove program? There is a reason why i am asking this,

1. Not all the patches are creating the entry in Registry. Thats why i was unable to check the details through registry.

so any sugestion or option that i can use to collect all the patches details from the machine?

i tried seraching in goodle but i did not get the correct answer. Don't hit me hard if i asked anything worse :graduated:


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

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GEOSoft

You could also try parsing the @WindowsDir & "\windowsupdate.log" file.

You will be looking for Title = and a regular expression to get the information required.


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