In this post, I’ll show you some WMI query that can be used with PowerShell. It is not very technical but can be useful.
In a previous post, I have shown you a tool, OEM Support Page, to display your system informations. The informations below are used in this tool.
- Display the installed Antivirus
- Display the UAC status
- Display the default printer
- Display the installed language packs
- Display the Windows Defender status
- Display the firewall status
- Display the installed RAM size
- List hard disk total and free size
- Display the current timezone
- Display the Internet Explorer version
- Display the SCCM site code
In this post, I use Get-WMIObject for my queries but you can also use Get-CIMInstance.
See here a post, from Maik Koster, that explain why you should use the CIM method.
Display installed Antivirus
Source : D. Van Robaeys, www.systanddeploy.com