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Windows 7: Remote detection 64 bit 32 bit

27 Dec 2011   #1
ThePrince

Windows 7
 
 
Remote detection 64 bit 32 bit

How do I find if a remote computer is 64 bit or 32 bit.


Preferrably without too many requirements, maybe a remote cmd command or something.


Thanks.


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27 Dec 2011   #2
rraod

MS Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1
 
 

Try this command on CMD window.

C:\>wmic os get osarchitecture



This command is for Power Shell users who use remote commands

PS C:\>(gwmi win32_computersystem).SystemType
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27 Dec 2011   #3
ThePrince

Windows 7
 
 

Where do you enter the computer name? When I run the command it gives me my own architecture. I want to do this for a remote computer
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29 Dec 2011   #4
ThePrince

Windows 7
 
 

Okay I got it to work remotely, but only works on some computers. On some computers I get the following types of error messages:

1. RPC server not available.
2. Invalid request.

What do these errors correspond to and how can I fix them?

I got invalid request on a computer running 32 bit win xp, but it worked on a computer running 32 bit windows 7. I got the RPC error on computers running both Win XP and Win 7.

Any help much appreciated. I just want to find out the os architecture in a reliable way with any windows os if possible.
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