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RE: Win95 detection
From: "Jeff Gercken" <JeffG () kizan com>
Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2004 10:32:14 -0500
Use gettype.exe from the MS Resource Kits. There are two versions, one
for 9x & NT, the other for 2k, xp and up.
Host Name: spork
Name: Windows XP Professional
Version: 5.1 Build 2600 Service Pack 1
Components: Not Installed
Alternatively you can use ver, which is built into the command shell but
you may have spotty results with this method.
To execute them you should use psexec from sysinternals and remotely run
a batch file that you'll create.
Contents of file: checkver.bat
net use b: \\computer\share
ver > b:\%computername%.txt (or b:\gettype > b:\%computername%.txt)
net use /delete b:
Then run the following command against all your workstations:
psexec \\<wokstation> -low -u <admin account> -p <passwd> -c
OS fingerprinting is great but if you HAVE credentials on your boxes why
not use em?
From: Trevor Cushen [mailto:Trevor.Cushen () sysnet ie]
Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 2004 4:59 AM
To: petreski () ksu edu
Cc: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: RE: Win95 detection
Have you tried a login script to do the job for you? Kix32 is perfect
for this job.
From: Samuel Petreski [mailto:petreski () ksu edu]
Sent: 30 November 2004 21:53
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Win95 detection
I have been given the task to scan for hosts that are running Windows 95
the network. I have tried scanning with Nmap and Nessus, however they
distinguish the hosts between 95/98/ME. I was wondering if anyone has
across a tool that is able to detect Win95 hosts on the network.
Thanks for your help.
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