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Query RAID Array information using WMI on a Dell Server System

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I am trying to write a wmi script to query RAID array information on a Dell server. More specifically, I would like to be able to grab a RAID virtual drive and its info including drive letter, RAID type, size, number of disks and their ids. I have already tried to get at this info using typcial WMI classes but haven't found any classes that abstract the RAID array. I think Dell OpenManage may allow access to this info but I haven't found out how. Thanks in advance for any help.
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According to Dell, they do not support WMI classes for their storage products like RAID arrays currently. They do however offer a command line interface to their SNMP management utility that can be utilized to get at this information.
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