Powershell WMI Query for DHCP

I'm trying to build up a script that will query WMI on computers to determine if they are using DHCP or if they have a Static IP assigned to them. I'm not real sure if this is even possible. I'm not that great at WMI, so I could really use a good resource for figuring that part out. More specifically, I'm trying to find the spot in WMI where DHCP information is, and how to query that in powershell.
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PWeerakoonCommented:
Slightly modified the script found here...
http://pshscripts.blogspot.com/2009/01/get-ipaddressps1.html 

You could setup a variable
$computername = Get-Content "C:\TEMP\computerlist.txt"
and feed it to a foreach loop with the below script...
CLS
$IPconfigset = Get-WmiObject Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration -ComputerName PC24211-VM02, PC24211
$count = 0  
foreach ($IPConfig in $IPConfigSet) 
{  
   if ($Ipconfig.IPaddress) 
   {  
      foreach ($addr in $Ipconfig.Ipaddress) 
		{  
		"IP Address    : {0}" -f  $addr; 
		"DHCP Enabled  : {0}" -f $Ipconfig.DHCPEnabled
		$count++   
		}  
   }
}

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Adam BrownSr Solutions ArchitectAuthor Commented:
Got me what I wanted. Thanks.
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