GDI Plus Reporting Utility

eric.brunsen_at_DYNICITY.COM
Date: 09/22/04

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    Date:         Tue, 21 Sep 2004 16:35:29 -0700
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    Russ,
        I posted this message to the "Patch Management" mailing list, but it
    might also be of interest to readers of NT BugTraq...

    Eric

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    Here is a link to a small and free utility that will search one or more
    specified local or remote paths (to which you have the permissions to
    search) for all instances of the file GDIPlus.DLL.

    It will display information (Root Path, Full Path, File Version and
    Creation Date) about all instances of GDIPlus.dll that it finds. The
    resulting data (scan status or results) can then be saved, printed and/or
    copied to the clipboard.

    The utility uses a simple text file for definition of search paths. The
    format of the file is as follows:
    1. Each line in the file that starts with ?:\ or \\ is treated as a
    "search path" and is loaded into the utility for searching
    2. Any line not starting with either of these patterns is ignored

    Make sure to view the file "GDI_Reporting_Utility.htm" (from either the
    "Start" menu or from the "Help" option in the utility) for specifics on
    how to create the "Search Paths" file, and on any other operations the
    utility performs.

    The program requires the Microsoft Net Framework version 1.1 SP3.

    Testing platforms include Windows 2000 Professional and Windows XP
    Professional.

    The web page for the utility is not yet up, but you can download the
    utility from this link:
            http://www.dynicity.com/downloads/GDIPlusReporter_Setup.zip

    If you have problems/feature requests, please use the "Send Email" link on
    the "About" dialog.

    Later,

    Eric

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