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  1. #1
    Export Add Remove Program Lists Guest

    Export Installed updates(windows updates)

    Hello

    How can i export Installed Windows Updates ( displayed in add and remove
    program list)

    I tried with quick fix engineering.ouput has some difference comparing to
    add and remove program list.

    Wait for correct answer..........

  2. #2
    Rick Rogers Guest

    Re: Export Installed updates(windows updates)

    There is no faculty for exporting the list you see in Add & Remove. You have
    to use a third party tool like you already did.

  3. #3
    Peter Foldes Guest

    Re: Export Installed updates(windows updates)

    You are not able to export the Updates. The install is spread far and thin for you
    to be able to do that.

    Can I ask you what is the reason that you want to export it

    You can verify the above by posting to the public.windowsupdate newsgroup

  4. #4
    Export Add Remove Program Lists Guest
    one more doubt

    i got all windows updates installed in my computer(Windows XP) using the
    registry key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall
    i have to export these items to excel as following (same contents displayed
    in add and remove program list) . Is it possible?

    Installed Programs
    -----------------------
    1.Install program1
    2.Install Program2

    Updated Programs
    ----------------------
    1.Updated program1
    2Updated Program2

    Have you tried Belarc Advisor? It will create an HTML file with all sorts
    of system information including what updates you have.

    http://www.belarc.com/Programs/advisor.exe

    Only as a text file.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Feb 2010
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    Re: Export Installed updates(windows updates)

    try wmic
    start --> run --> cmd (with CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER = admin right!)
    wmic:root\cli>QFE get

    output to file using
    wmic:root\cli>/output:C:\InstallList.txt QFE get

    Note list may not be complete - Its a windows standard feature *wink*
    see also

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