Powershell Wmi Disk Serial Number

powershell wmi disk serial number

Powershell Wmi Disk Serial Number >>> DOWNLOAD

You can use it to test for the shared RobsShare folder by name: Get-WmiObject -Class Win32Share -ComputerName WH0RCUTEACHER -Filter "Name='RobsShare'" The -ComputerName parameter also makes creating a remote share a snap: $share = Get-WmiObject Win32Share -List -ComputerName "WH0RCUTEACHER" $share.create("C:Usersjxg768DesktopRobsShare", "RobsShare", 0) The New-Item cmdlet can also accept a UNC path for creating a remote folder if you need to: New-Item WH0RCUTEACHERc$Usersjxg768DesktopRobsShare -itemType Directory Using WMI to Delete a Share There are two ways to delete a shareThere are only three possible values that can be assigned to the -AccessRight parameter: Full, Change, and ReadJanuary 2013 Multi-Platform debugger Debug your scripts in our integrated next generation debugger on 32-bit or 64-bit without switching applications or restartingIt's available for Windows 7 SP1 and Server 2008 R2 SP1Using the Modules to Enumerate Shares Generating a list of your local shares couldn't be easierJoin Now I'm stuck

Use .NET or COM objects in your PowerShell or ActiveX language code and get the same level of supportPowerShell 1.10000 % {measure-command {$env:computername}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks 1.10000 % {measure-command {hostname}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks 1.10000 % {measure-command {(Get-WMIObject Win32ComputerSystem).Name}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks 1.10000 % {measure-command {(Get-CIMInstance CIMComputerSystem).Name}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks 1.10000 % {Measure-Command {[system.environment]::MachineName}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks 1.10000 % {Measure-Command {Get-Kernel32ComputerName}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks 1.10000 % {Measure-Command {[System.Net.Dns]::GetHostName()}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks 1234567 1.10000 % {measure-command {$env:computername}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks1.10000 % {measure-command {hostname}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks1.10000 % {measure-command {(Get-WMIObject Win32ComputerSystem).Name}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks1.10000 % {measure-command {(Get-CIMInstance CIMComputerSystem).Name}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks1.10000 % {Measure-Command {[system.environment]::MachineName}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks1.10000 % {Measure-Command {Get-Kernel32ComputerName}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks1.10000 % {Measure-Command {[System.Net.Dns]::GetHostName()}}Measure-Object -Average Ticks Its more complicated then needed and doesnt improve the speed very much or at allGetting the computername in PowershellPowerShell management Library for Hyper-VSoftware PrimalScript PowerShell Studio PrimalSQL PrimalXML VersionRecall WMI Explorer PowerShell HelpWriter Productivity Pack SAPIEN Software Suite iPowerShell Trial Downloads Books & Training Windows PowerShell 4 WSH and VBScript Core On-Site Training Self-Paced Training Support Customer Service Product Support Premium Support Scripting Support Powershell Reference Support Uploads Support Downloads Information Center YouTube Videos Store Support FAQ EULA All Forums Store Software Add Support Upgrades Renew / Reinstate Books & Training Store Account Shopping Cart Store Help Blog FAQ Company Contact SAPIEN MVPs Customer Reviews User Groups Resellers EULA Privacy Policy Account Signup My Products Account Info Login SAPIEN Home Site Map Copyright 2017 Sapien Technologies, IncSupports PowerShell V2, V3, V4 and V5 at the same time

Run your scripts in any integrated console with the push of a buttonNovember 2009 .By creating an account, you're agreeing to our Terms of Use and our Privacy Policy Not a member? Join the community Back I agree Windows 8 and Server 2012 offer the SMBShare and SMBWitness modules to manage SMB file servers and SMB file sharesAugust 2014

Warning: This site requires the use of scripts, which your browser does not currently allow.See how to enable scriptsHere's the command to do that: Get-WmiObject -Class Namespace -Namespace root -Filter "name='WMI'" It will return the WMI provider if it's present and null if it wasn't foundYou use this parameter to specify a Security Descriptor (SD) for user-level permissionsThe place for PowerShell people to learn from one anotherAnd duringBruce Payettes presentation I noticed that he used hostname instead of $env:computername as I and other useSeptember 2010 PowerShell [System.Net.Dns]::GetHostName() 1 [System.Net.Dns]::GetHostName() Different results As Paul also specified, I didnt really care enough about computernames longer than 15 characters, since the different approaches gives different results

Advertisement Advertisement WindowsITPro.com Windows Exchange Server SharePoint Virtualization Cloud Systems Management Site Features Contact Us Awards Community Sponsors Media Center RSS Sitemap Site Archive View Mobile Site Penton Privacy Policy Terms of Service Follow Us Twitter Facebook Google+ LinkedIn RSS Search WindowsITPro.com Search: PISCES Related Sites Dev Pro SharePoint Pro SQL Server Pro SuperSite for Windows IT/Dev Connections myITforum Advertisement Advertisement Copyright 2017Penton 0 Jalapeno OP ITGuyLevi Dec 5, 2014 at 8:12 UTC I'm going to mark Chamele0n's answer as best because I've already got techs using the batch file and this answer is just easier to plug right into my current scriptLearnWindowsOfficeSkypeOutlookOneDriveMSNDevicesMicrosoft SurfaceXboxPC and laptopsMicrosoft LumiaMicrosoft BandMicrosoft HoloLensMicrosoft StoreAccount profileOrder trackingStore locationsReturnsSales & supportDownloadsDownload CenterWindows downloadsWindows 10 appsOffice appsMicrosoft Lumia appsInternet ExplorerValuesDiversity and inclusionAccessibilityMicrosoft in educationMicrosoft philanthropiesCorporate social responsibilityPrivacy at MicrosoftCompanyCareersAbout MicrosoftCompany newsInvestorsResearchSite mapEnglish (United States)Contact usPrivacy and cookies Terms of useTrademarksAbout our ads Microsoft 2017Updated blogpost with all the glory: Last weekend my company and a couple of customers had an event in the Swedishvillage of reYou can see this behavior using the hexdump utility in linux: echo Z3TV104H hexdump 0000000 335a 5654 3031 4834 000a So, depending on the manufacturer and how they insert the serial number string, your script will probably return variable resultsMay 2011 Remote VBScript, JScript and PowerShell debugger.NET MachineName You could use .NET which is easily accessed through powershellFollow MicrosoftFacebookTwitterSupports 32-bit and 64-bit platform development 75d6b6f5ec
avatar the game offline activation keygen download
keygen photoshop cs5 mac serial number
aoe 3 no cd crack v1-1441-3r
final cut studio x crack drywall
nfs hot pursuit crack only nitro
windows 8 crack january 2013 stevie
far cry 3 pc crack free download
18 wheels of steel pedal to the metal 1.07 patch crack
logo de flash cs6 serial number
cs5 5 master collection keygen

Post a comment

Private comment

Search form
Display RSS link.
Friend request form

Want to be friends with this user.