Shows boot configuration data with boot directory and name |
Retrieves Windows boot configuration data from multiple computers at a time, similar to viewing boot configuration data from command line (bcdedit.exe), but in a centralized way. This free tool shows boot directory and boot configuration name, similar to how PowerShell script can query WMI Win32_BootConfiguration object, but across multiple computers at a time.
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Keywords: boot configuration data, view boot configuration data command line, bcdedit.exe.