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Saving system info to a folder to check later if any changes have been made.

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karlpankratz
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I want to make sure no one has changed or added any programs, turned automatic updates on or off, or changed display or power settings which could affect computer operations. I would like to create a folder and print ALL system, network, and windows settings to the folder in order to find out if any changes have been made that caused a crash or network conflict preventing the network from operating correctly. IS THIS POSSIBLE???? I am currently using XP Pro but would also like to know if Vista would be able to do this.

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