How to determine what type of RAM in inside a remote computer

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Hi All, Is there a free application that can give me the following information about any remote client I remote into to 1. type of ram and speed 2. processor 3. type of video card Any help is much appreciated Regards Shane

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ASKED: May 13, 2011  9:55 AM
UPDATED: May 13, 2011  4:24 PM

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If you are able to login remotely then you might try WinAudit “PC audit and inventory of software, licenses, security configuration, hardware, network settings…” :

http://winaudit.zymichost.com/winaudit.zip

Not installation required if its on a VLAN cause you actually need to run it on the desktop
You might have to sift through the vast amount of data, but all details will be provided.

Use this tool also a very useful tool simply enter the IP address of the remote computer:

http://download.spiceworks.com/Spiceworks.exe

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  • carlosdl
    Some basic information could be obtained with the Windows SystemInfo utility, and with Sysinternals' PsInfo. However, I think you could get much more information via WMI, but you would need to write a vbs or powershell script (I suppose there are examples on the web). Take a look at this: WMI Tasks: Computer Hardware.
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  • carlosdl
    Spiceworks (mentioned above) is a free monitoring/inventory/help-desk tool that gives a great deal of information of the monitored machines, and for windows machines it gets that info using WMI .
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  • Flame
    You could install this free program remotely, it supplies a great deal about the system. http://www.piriform.com/speccy Good Luck, Flame
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