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sysdump.zip

Download SysDump to report detailed information about your system.

When you run SysDump.exe, it generates 3 files in the current directory. On my desktop, the file sizes are:

<b>sysdump.txt</b>       259 KB
<b>sysdump.html</b>     2557 KB  
<b>sysdump.html.gz</b>   159 KB
NOTE: I prefer using the HTML report.

SysDump generates information about the following categories:

OS Version  
System Information  
Installed Software  
IP Addresses  
Network Parameters  
Adapters Information  
ARP Table  
IP Statistics  
TCP Statistics  
UDP Statistics  
UDP Listener  
TCP Listener  
ICMP Statistics  
IP Routing Table  
Processes and Modules  
Device Drivers  
Registry
When you type SysDump /?, you see:
Dump of system information

Usage: sysdump \[-e|-c|-h\]
  -c  create default configuration file sysdump.cfg in following format:
      \[Report\]
      <function_1_name>=<caption_1><function_2_name>=<caption_2>
      ...
      \[Registry\]
      <path_1_to_registry_in_hklm>=1
      <path_2_to_registry_in_hklm>=1
      ... (max 5 registry paths are allowed)
      Functions are called in specified order.
      Calling any function can be disabled by adding semicolon as first
      character of line. <caption_> is used as name of link in HTML report.

  -e  show all errors

  -h  show this help (/h or /? is also possible)</caption_></path_2_to_registry_in_hklm></path_1_to_registry_in_hklm></caption_2></function_2_name></caption_1></function_1_name>
NOTE: You can alter the configuration file.

NOTE: I prefer running SysDump without a sysdump.cfg file.

NOTE: The author of SysDump wishes to remain anonymous.