Just curious if anyone has been tasked with reporting what users have been installing into their browsers. What technology(s) did you use?
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Informations about web browser plugins are in Add/Remove Programs, if you know names of those plugins You can get information about PC from sms database.

You can also try to examine windows registry, to find a place, where browser plugins put information about installation Simply: install a plugin, a try to find its name in registry, then install another one and do the same -> maybe there is some rule?
If there is You can try run VBS script on sms clients machine to export registry key with informations about plugins.
Answered 01/27/2008 by: Grabar
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The problem is that there is no common location for browser plugins to be registered thanks to ActiveX. I'm starting to realize nobody has build a fingerprint database to easily discover what has been installed. If you set up SMS to audit all DLLs there might be an opportunity to sift through the information and make a mini database.
Answered 01/28/2008 by: kkaminsk
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