We have a vendor supplied program (exe) that we deployed to scan for a vulnerability in their firmware and interestingly we have found it returns a result code of 0 if none, 500 if vuln, and 502 if patched. I am looking for a way to use these codes for an easier way to know what needs to be patched. I don't want to chain a job off them or anything in fact I'd be happy writing that result code into the registry since we use a custom subkey for storing other data we use with deployments. Anyone have any idea on how to do this?
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