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Wmi Query To Get Monitor Serial Number


Furthermore, if you need to get the serial number, I've included a resource below that has some PowerShell script examples that I also confirmed works with both Windows 7 and Windows 10.




wmi query to get monitor serial number



The WmiMonitorID WMI class represents the identifying information about a video monitor, such as manufacturer name, year of manufacture, or serial number. The data in this class correspond to data in the Vendor/Product Identification block of Video Input Definition of the Video Electronics Standard Association (VESA) Enhanced Extended Display Identification Data (E-EDID) standard.


The name of manufactural is Acer but the code's output is ACR. Regarding the serial number, which I'm more interested, only a few digits matches. Is there another keywords or line of code that I can use to extract the exact (pretty long) serial number?


Why the complete serial number is not coming through this PS script. for example in Dell TFT it's long serial number approx 18 characters +numbers. But with the script its pick only 10 or 11 characters/numbers.


I wanted to be able to obtain information on a monitor attached to a Windows 10 desktop system, including the manufacturer,model number, serial number, and date of manufacture, from a command-lineinterface (CLI). One way to do that is by using PowerShell, whichMicrosoft provides as part of its Windows operating system. You can opena PowerShell window on a Microsoft Windows 10 system by typing PowerShell in the "Type here to search" field at the bottomof the Windows display. You should see the Windows PowerShell app listed asan option you can click on to open a PowerShell window. If you typegwmi WmiMonitorID -Namespace root\wmi at the prompt and hitenter, you will see information similar to the following output displayed.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();PS C:\> gwmi WmiMonitorID -Namespace root\wmi__GENUS : 2__CLASS : WmiMonitorID__SUPERCLASS : MSMonitorClass__DYNASTY : MSMonitorClass__RELPATH : WmiMonitorID.InstanceName="DISPLAY\\HPN360C\\5&2c03a83e&0&UID262_0"__PROPERTY_COUNT : 9__DERIVATION : MSMonitorClass__SERVER : YTTERBIUM__NAMESPACE : root\wmi__PATH : \\YTTERBIUM\root\wmi:WmiMonitorID.InstanceName="DISPLAY\\HPN360C\\5&2c03a83e&0&UID262_0"Active : TrueInstanceName : DISPLAY\HPN360C\5&2c03a83e&0&UID262_0ManufacturerName : 72, 80, 78, 0...ProductCodeID : 51, 54, 48, 67...SerialNumberID : 67, 78, 75, 48...UserFriendlyName : 72, 80, 32, 51...UserFriendlyNameLength : 13WeekOfManufacture : 12YearOfManufacture : 2020PSComputerName : YTTERBIUMPS C:\>In the above output, you can see that the name of the manufacturer,product code id, serial number, etc. are displayed as a sequence of number, i.e., in a format that is not readily human-interpretable. Thefollowing PowerShell script, which is a modified version of one provided by Nicholas Bundy atGet monitor Manufacturer, Model, and serial number, will reformat thatinformation to a format more readily understandable. You can save the codeas a .ps1 script file or you can just copy and paste it into a PowerShellwindow and then hit Enter to see the output.


Please use one the method bellow to retrieve the computer serial number: 1. Using the buid in "wmic" command: "wmic bios get serialnumber" Tip: You can use the command "wmic csproduct get name" to retrieve the local computer model. 2. Using a vbs script: On Error Resume Next Dim strComputerstrComputer = InputBox("Enter the name of the computer:") Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:" & "impersonationLevel=impersonate!\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2") Set colSMBIOS = objWMIService.ExecQuery ("Select * from Win32_SystemEnclosure") For Each objSMBIOS in colSMBIOSMsgBox strComputer & ": " & objSMBIOS.SerialNumberNext


Sometimes I feel the need to do a small inventory.In this case, the need to do that with monitors found itself to the upper corners of my cranium.I wanted to get the manufacturer and model. Remembering that many customers also like a serial number in their CMDBs, I put that in there too ?So while waiting for another customer, I wrote this little thing:


Sometimes it can be useful to identify computer hardware for inventory purposes using its serial number, which is often written on a small sticker affixed to the underside of the device. The serial number is also found in the BIOS, and can be retrieved using Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI).


The get-ciminstance PowerShell command was introduced in PowerShell 3.0. It allows administrators to run WMI queries on local or remote computers. To retrieve the BIOS serial number of the local computer, we need to access the Win32_BIOS WMI class.


A serial number is used to identify a computer. It is also used for ownership identification and for warranty purposes. There are various ways to query the value of the device serial number, which is typically retrieved from the computer BIOS.


Every device comes with a unique serial number assigned to it. Even virtual machines are assigned a serial number. You can use different methods to locate serial number of a computer or laptop, and I will cover most of the well-known methods in this article.


Let me share another useful CMPivot query with which you can find the computer name using the serial number. The CMPivot query listed below can be used to discover the computer name for any given computer if you know its serial number.


Using a simple WMI command, you can find out the serial number of a computer. Launch the command prompt as administrator. At the Command Prompt, type the following command and then press Enter:


Launch the command prompt as an administrator and run the above VB script as illustrated in the below screenshot. After you run the script, enter the computer name in the pop-up box and click OK. The output now shows the PC name along with the serial number of the computer.


The serial number for any laptop manufactured by Dell, HP, or any well-known manufacturer should be listed in the BIOS. The BIOS or UEFI firmware settings screen is where you may discover the serial number.


I have covered multiple methods to find the serial number of a computer. You can use any of these methods to get the serial number when required. Please let me know in the comments which method you found most effective for finding the serial number.


I am going to throw my had into this ring as well and say that would be quite usefull! I need to pull both that serial number and service pack through WMI. Could go the external scrip/spread sheet thing. Thanks, Cam


Choose Apple Menu > About This Mac to get an overview of your Mac, including your Mac model, processor, memory, serial number, and version of macOS. To see the greater detail provided by System Information, click the System Report button.


Hey @Partrick,Loved this info! Thanks!I was wondering if we could get computer name mapped against user name.I am looking to get information of the current system that every user in my domain is logged on (computer name / serial number), but found no command that could give me this output.Can you share your expertise?Thanks!


On Windows 10, the ability to check the computer serial number can come in handy in many scenarios. For instance, when you need to create an inventory of the devices connected to your home network or organization, or need to contact technical support to troubleshoot a problem, order a replacement part, or check the warranty information.


MIR is an add-on to SCCM which correctly and reliably inventories computer monitors and returns the inventory to SCCM. Additionally, it provides SCCM dashboards/reports, to provide immense insight into your computer monitors. MIR allow you to instantly know the make, model, serial number, current resolution, Screen size and other important features about your monitors. MIR helps you to better plan monitor refresh cycles, so you make more efficient use of your monitors.


Requirement:Scan a list of active computers in the network and export out to a spreadsheet some minimal details similar to the below example for an asset management spreadsheet,I really need the following at minimum:Hostname, Model of PC, Serial Number, Last Logged in User 1, Last logged inuser 2, Monitor 1 make/Model/serial number, Monitor 2 make/model/serial number, Monitor 3 make/model/serail number, Monitor 4 make/model/serial number.


INSTRUCTIONS TO FIND MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBER OF A LENOVO COMPUTER If your computer will not turn on, try looking on the outside of your computer for a printed label. This sample is for one type of Lenovo - yours could look different. Look after S/N for your serial number.


One more way to find your serial number:In the Windows Operating System, search for Command Prompt. Open it and type: wmic bios get serialnumber in the command window and press Enter to get the serial number.


On your computer, launch an administrative command prompt. If you are on a Windows 8 machine, you can easily do this by pressing the Windows Key + X, followed by A. Type wmic bios get serialnumber.


Using the Model name for devices can be useful when we need to download drivers and create WMI query for our Driver Packs in the Task Sequence. Most manufacturers populate the Model field with the relevant model of the device, but in the case of Lenovo they use a different model number system as such Lenovo puts their Model name information in ComputerSystem Product as seen in the screen below:


To create a query in ConfigMgr, open the console and navigate to Monitoring > Queries. Queries allow you to run simple WQL queries again the database. I will illustrate how to make one by creating one that searches for a device serial number. 350c69d7ab


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