I just saw a great article from Jeffrey Hicks where he explains the powershell command “get-HotFix”.
Here’s the first few paragraphs. At the end there’s a link to the complete article.
“It is a fact of life for any help desk or support professional that managing patches, updates and hot fixes is an important and often critical task. The challenge, especially during a critical event like a rampant malware exploit, is to identify where a particular hot fix is installed and more importantly, where it is not. How do you check not only one computer but 100 computers? Continue reading “Powershell Get-HotFix”