You should know about that but extracting windows configuration is something very boring. mspaint.exe, screenshot + crop. HORRIBLE.
A good way to extract some information is to use the WMIC utility.

The wmic is a core feature of all Windows since Windows 2000 and most of the commercial monitoring software are using it to extract, analyze and display system information :

Here is a little list of actions you can perform through WMIC utility :

  • launch process,
  • stop process,
  • reboot computer,
  • list of installed programs,
  • list of installed security patchs,
  • etc…

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