Is there a script available

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Assuming you are talking about a K1000, there's not a built-in script, but you can use a custom inventory rule to get that information (assuming Windows):

ShellCommandTextReturn(wmic memorychip get speed)

Answered 07/15/2013 by: jknox
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  • you beat me to it
    • Out of habit I use the full path in the wmic name when I create rules using that

      ShellCommandTextReturn(c:\windows\system32\wbem\WMIC.exe memorychip get speed)
  • That worked great thank you!, Is there a command for a full ram desc?
    • There are other options you can use. Type this in a command prompt: wmic memorychip get /?

      You can use multiples like this: wmic memorychip get capacity,serialnumber,speed

      This is a pretty good breakdown for wmic usage: http://ss64.com/nt/wmic.html
  • Thanks. Have you ever tried with a VB script? There seems to be more rich descriptions. The wmic commands do not seem to list the type i.e ddr3 etc
    • If I recall correctly, VB script would have to output to a file, then you could use a custom inventory rule and "find" to parse the file.
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