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Using powershell is pretty easily and quickly with that command: Get-WmiObject Win32_PerfFormattedData | Select-Object __CLASS | Sort-Object -Unique -Property __CLASS | format-list Or Redirect to a file: Get-WmiObject Win32_PerfFormattedData | Select-Object __CLASS | Sort-Object -Unique -Property __CLASS | format-list *> ...
There is a generic cmdlet command available in powershell Get-MsmqQueue, to accomplish the task in powershell: Get-MsmqQueue –QueueType Private | select QueueName This will return names of the private queues in string array. Please be aware the type returned by get-msmqqueue cmdlet is Microsoft.Msmq.PowerShell.Commands.MessageQueue, not ...
Try psexec with your command "WMIC /node:172.16.98.12 /user:MRT /password:11111 computersystem get totalphysicalmemory" psexec \172.16.98.12 -u MRT -p 11111 wmic computersystem get totalphysicalmemory
I'm following this Link and it's worked on Windows 8.1 pro. I try for Windows 10 and it's not work. Whats wrong on Windows 10?
I am not sure if it works with the latest windows servers but you could give a try for wmi proxy monitoring. Below link is the knowledge base of Groundwork monitor which embeds nagios which the monitoring method also can be used for bare nagios. https://kb.groundworkopensource.com/display/DOC67/WMI+Agentless+Plugins+Project Thing is you build one windows ...
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