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custom inventory windows 10 activation check

I'm trying to find windows 10 machines which are and are not activated. I found a powershell script that works but I have not be able to get it to work as customer inventory.


here is the powershell script

Get-CimInstance SoftwareLicensingProduct -Filter "Name like 'Windows%'" | where { $_.PartialProductKey } | select LicenseStatus

I've tried

ShellCommandTextReturn(ShellCommandTextReturn(c:\windows\sysnative\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe -command "Get-CimInstance SoftwareLicensingProduct -Filter "Name like 'Windows%'" | where { $_.PartialProductKey } | select LicenseStatus")


ShellCommandTextReturn(cmd /q /c powershell -command "Get-CimInstance SoftwareLicensingProduct -Filter "Name like 'Windows%'" | where { $_.PartialProductKey } | select LicenseStatus")


ShellCommandTextReturn(cmd /q /c powershell.exe -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Command "Get-CimInstance SoftwareLicensingProduct -Filter "Name like 'Windows%'" | where { $_.PartialProductKey } | select LicenseStatus"


None of these work. Could someone please help with this? 

Thanks



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Answers (1)

Posted by: Nico_K 1 month ago
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it is much easier.
ShellCommandTextReturn(cmd /c c:\windows\system32\cscript.exe c:\windows\system32\slmgr.vbs -dlv|findstr status)

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