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I see you already have an answer to this. But you might look at the question a little differently if you wanted to use the DefragAnalysis. $driveLetter = Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Volume -Filter "DriveLetter = 'C:'" $driveDefrag = $driveLetter.DefragAnalysis() $driveDefrag.DefragAnalysis $report.DefragRecommended will display if the OS thinks it needs a ...


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Run a query for Event ID 258 in the Application event log PS F:\ps1> get-winevent -filterHashTable @{Logname = 'Application'; ID = '258';} | select-object -first 1 -prop machinename,timecreated,message | fl MachineName : coyote.acme.com TimeCreated : 9/24/2014 2:28:07 AM Message : The disk defragmenter successfully completed defragmentation on (C:) ...


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What you're talking about is security through obscurity. You want a group of techs to have permission to do something, but you don't want to give them access to a big, scary console with lots of buttons that could get them into trouble if used improperly. I get it. But it's fallacious thinking because it's just a warm blanket that feels comfortable but ...


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Even if you write a script to install a package via a WMI call, a client can only install an SCCM package that has been advertised to it, and to receive that advertisement it must be a member of a collection to which that package has been advertised. You can, however, do what you're asking through the use of the Application Catalog by deploying (the new ...


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From the System Management BIOS (SMBIOS) Reference Specification at www.dmtf.org: ...the System Management BIOS Reference Specification addresses how motherboard and system vendors present management information about their products in a standard format by extending the BIOS interface on Intel architecture systems So the value will be set either by a ...



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