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I have a bunch of servers : Windows 2003 and 2008. I just wanted to export these hardware specs to a spreadsheet:

cpus : num processors, clock speed, etc

total hard disk space

total used disk space

computer model

I started writing a script to do this via diskpart, systeminfo, and wmic. But before I get too crazy and reinvent the wheel, just wondering if someone knows of a powershell, vb script, or something else that could do this.

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Thanks. These both look very nice. I will have to play with them. – James Jan 31 '13 at 14:26
@ColdT that worked pretty good. I had to fiddle with the firewall for the PCs a bit but I was able to do nice pivot tables with the data. Did you want to put your links as an answer? – James Feb 1 '13 at 21:32

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