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Can we find the keyboard and Mouse's serial no they are connected remotely

Hi,

Can we find the keyboard and Mouse's serial no they are connected remotely.

With a script can we get these details.

Regards
Sharath
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bsharath
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ardracCommented:
I do not think that you can do this.

Windows does not see the serial number of a mouse or keyboard that is plugged in. You could get a script that give you the same information such as device ID that you see in device manager, but this does not include serial number.

Unless any other experts can prove me wrong...
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zoofanCommented:
Agree with ardrac and confirm with information available to windows for each,

Keyboard:
class Win32_Keyboard : CIM_Keyboard
{
  uint16 Availability;
  string Caption;
  uint32 ConfigManagerErrorCode;
  boolean ConfigManagerUserConfig;
  string CreationClassName;
  string Description;
  string DeviceID;
  boolean ErrorCleared;
  string ErrorDescription;
  datetime InstallDate;
  boolean IsLocked;
  uint32 LastErrorCode;
  string Layout;
  string Name;
  uint16 NumberOfFunctionKeys;
  uint16 Password;
  string PNPDeviceID;
  uint16 PowerManagementCapabilities[];
  boolean PowerManagementSupported;
  string Status;
  uint16 StatusInfo;
  string SystemCreationClassName;
  string SystemName;
};


Mouse:

class Win32_PointingDevice : CIM_PointingDevice
{
  uint16 Availability;
  string Caption;
  uint32 ConfigManagerErrorCode;
  boolean ConfigManagerUserConfig;
  string CreationClassName;
  string Description;
  string DeviceID;
  uint16 DeviceInterface;
  uint32 DoubleSpeedThreshold;
  boolean ErrorCleared;
  string ErrorDescription;
  uint16 Handedness;
  string HardwareType;
  string InfFileName;
  string InfSection;
  datetime InstallDate;
  boolean IsLocked;
  uint32 LastErrorCode;
  string Manufacturer;
  string Name;
  uint8 NumberOfButtons;
  string PNPDeviceID;
  uint16 PointingType;
  uint16 PowerManagementCapabilities[];
  boolean PowerManagementSupported;
  uint32 QuadSpeedThreshold;
  uint32 Resolution;
  uint32 SampleRate;
  string Status;
  uint16 StatusInfo;
  uint32 Synch;
  string SystemCreationClassName;
  string SystemName;
};




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