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# Lists version, engine, and dat versions for Netshield servers listed + in # specified infile to the specified outfile. # Usage [inputfile] [outputfile] # The input file should be a text file with one server per line # Simple Help can be obtained with or -? # Updated on 9.25.01 use strict; use Win32::TieRegistry; #define variables my ($dat,$engine,$ver,$infile,$outfile); if ($ARGV[0]){ if ($ARGV[0] eq '-?'){die "Usage [infile] [outfile]\n +";} $ARGV[0]=~s/\\/\//g; $infile=$ARGV[0]; }else{ $infile='allservers.txt'; } if ($ARGV[1]){ $ARGV[1]=~s/\\/\//g; $outfile=$ARGV[1]; }else{ $outfile='checkdatall.log'; } open (IN,"<$infile") or die "Can't open file for read"; open (OUT,">$outfile") or die "Can't open file for write"; #Read the dat file version while (<IN>){ chomp; $Registry->Delimiter("/"); $ver=$Registry->{"//$_/HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Network Associa +tes/TVD/NetShield NT/CurrentVersion//szProductVer"} or print OUT "Can +\'t access registry on $_\n"; $dat=$Registry->{"//$_/HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Network Associa +tes/TVD/NetShield NT/CurrentVersion//szVirDefVer"} or print OUT "Can\ +'t access registry on $_\n"; $engine=$Registry->{"//$_/HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Network Asso +ciates/TVD/NetShield NT/CurrentVersion//szEngineVer"} or print OUT "C +an\'t access registry on $_\n"; print OUT "$_\tVersion:$ver\tEngine:$engine\tDat:$dat\n"; print "$_\tVersion:$ver\tEngine:$engine\tDat:$dat\n"; } close IN; close OUT;

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