Retrieve miscellaneous system data and assess the status of the devices by collecting instances of Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) classes.
Script Get WMI Data
- Version 220.127.116.11 – Initial release
Returns instance(s) of Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) classes.
Execution context and suggested scheduling
Run the script as interactive user. In some environments it might be necessary to run as local system. The script should be executed manually.
A timeout of 120 seconds is recommended.
|1||Class||The name of a WMI class|
|2||Namespace||The WMI repository namespace where the specified WMI class is located when used with the Class parameter. Use ‘””‘ (two double-quotes) if you do not wish to use this parameter|
|3||Filter||Specifies a “Where” clause in WMI Query Language (WQL) to use as a filter. Use ‘””‘ (two double-quotes) if you do not wish to use this parameter|
|4||Property||The WMI class property from which this cmdlet gets information. Multiple comma-separated values are accepted|
|1||Property Values||String||Value of the specified property/properties|
Depending on the exact WMI query to process, running the script may result in a very resource-intensive computation. Double-check that no side effects are noticeable before deploying the remote action on a large scale.