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    Re: Easy way to see if a system is x86 or x64 (32-bit or 64-bit OS installed)...

    I looked around a bit, and I think the easy one is the environment variable "PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE" I can use that... at least on my machines it is either x86 or AMD64. I dont mind going a few tabs back for it, but it seems useful to be on the "General" tab as well.

    As far as where it pulls the "Standard" or "Enterprise" info from, I am not sure either.

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  • kstanush
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    Re: Easy way to see if a system is x86 or x64 (32-bit or 64-bit OS installed)...

    I could add this but need to know where this information is stored, ie in the registry. You can also probably get this information from WMI, but the information on the Properties dialog comes from the registry as there isn't any function to get this information.

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  • Easy way to see if a system is x86 or x64 (32-bit or 64-bit OS installed)...

    I was not sure where to post this, but I was wondering if it would be possible to enhance the "General" properties tab of the OS by including which particular OS version it is running. I know I can create queries, but I thought it would be a quick thing to add to the tab there showing if the system is running a 32-bit or 64-bit version of windows. It would also be nice to see information on whether a server is running Enterprise or Standard instead of just "Windows v5/SP4/etc...". But the 32 vs. 64 bit thing would be most helpful on that tab.

    Is there a way to customize that tab and the information it displays? I would be happy to add it myself if I am just missing instruction on how to do the customization myself. Hyena is a great product so I'm hoping to simply tweak some of its usefulness.

    Thanks in advance.
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