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Checking all machie with windows update installed and exporting to csv file

07/24/2018 524 views
I would check all the machines on my network if a windows update was successfully installed. I am using the command "Get-HotFix -ID KB4345421" works perfectly on a local machine, now how do I run all the machines and get the result in a text file or some report ?

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If you're logged into the K1000 go to "Inventroy>Software" and you can search for that update "4345421". This will show the machines that have that update.

I would then go to the reporting section, and work on creating a report that will find that hotfix and give you a list of the machines it is on. You can then save that report as a text file or excel file. I believe there are some example reports already that shows the same process with Hotfixes.

Answered 07/24/2018 by: feeldamped
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