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Debugging Windows and IE6

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I found a bug in IE6 with one of their latest updates that addresses some legal dispute with their ActiveX controls (FYI: http://www.geekstogo...s-t109620.html). Anyway, I've noticed a strange bug, that I've been able to duplicate on 2 out of 8 WindowsXP boxes.

My question is, what is the best way to isolate the difference between two computers with XP on it to try and figure out why its working on one but not the other?

I know each computer has the latest update, but is there a tool out there that outputs all of the latest patches for XP, and/or a tool that outputs all the settings for IE?

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