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Hi,

Can anyone tell me how to find out what speed of processor is installed on a Windows Server Core installation? Normally you can just use the system properties to view this, but that's not possible on Server Core.

Thanks in advance!
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If you have access to the server's command prompt, just type in:

systeminfo
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Hi pzozulka,
That's a great command! I wasn't aware of it, thanks. Now for bonus points, is there any way to get it to show what the processor model is, in friendly output, that is "Intel Core 2 Duo" instead of "FamilyX ModelX SteppingX"?
 
 
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Sorry, not that I am aware of.

SystemInfo displays all the data of the system's configuration. You can also try WinMSD command, but I think it will show the same thing. To get more details you should try 3rd party software.
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