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Please advise me:

I need to identify these strings. They are not from my PC, but from the scan of a Pc which I have not access to at the moment.

the strings are:
Doc2000 - Release 3.0 til Windows XP
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Imation Disk Manager V a Service

What are they, and do they require a license?
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what are you talking about? and where did the strings come from?
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The strings are the result of the scanning of all the pc in a company.
The strings come from 'Add/remove programs'.
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imation is a company that makes physical media (floppys, CDs, DVDs, USB drives ETC)...i can't find much documentation on their site about that app but if you've got a bunch of Imation USB drives (thumb drives) then that's probably part of their software

for the Doc2000 i'm finding references to M-Systems Disk-on-Chip which is some form of ram management that's used on USB drives (or was used) as well

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M-Systems
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Thank you for your hard work.
I wil grab your information.
Thank you.
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