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Trying to use username and password for WMI look up in PHP code

I am trying to add a username and password to my WMI lookup in my PHP page, can anyone help me with this? Thanks
<?php
			$displayasset = $row['asset'];
			$user = "username";
			$pass = "password";
			
    //$obj = new COM ( 'winmgmts://'. $displayasset .'/root/CIMV2' );
	$wmiLocator = new COM("WbemScripting.SWbemLocator");
	$obj = $wmiLocator->ConnectServer($displayasset, "root\cimv2", "$displayasset\$user", $pass);
	
   // $fso = new COM ( "Scripting.FileSystemObject" );   
    $wmi_computersystem    =    $obj->ExecQuery("Select * from Win32_ComputerSystem");
    $wmi_bios              =    $obj->ExecQuery("Select * from Win32_BIOS");
    $processor             =    $obj->ExecQuery("Select * from Win32_Processor");
    $PhysicalMemory        =    $obj->ExecQuery("Select * from Win32_PhysicalMemory");
    $BaseBoard             =    $obj->ExecQuery("Select * from Win32_BaseBoard"); 
    $LogicalDisk           =    $obj->ExecQuery("SELECT * From Win32_LogicalDisk WHERE DeviceID='C:'");
    $software			   =	$obj->ExecQuery("SELECT * From Win32_Product");
	
    foreach ( $wmi_computersystem as $wmi_call )
    {
        $model = $wmi_call->Model;
		$username = $wmi_call->UserName;
    }

    foreach ( $wmi_bios as $wmi_call )
    {
        $serial = $wmi_call->SerialNumber;
        $bios_version = $wmi_call->SMBIOSBIOSVersion;
    }
	

    foreach ( $processor as $wmi_processor )
    {
        $procname = $wmi_processor->Name;
    }
    foreach ( $PhysicalMemory as $wmi_PhysicalMemory )
    {
        $Capacity = $wmi_PhysicalMemory->Capacity;
		$Capacity = $Capacity /1024/1024+1 . " MB";;
    }

    foreach ( $BaseBoard as $wmi_BaseBoard )
    {
        $SerialNumber = $wmi_BaseBoard->SerialNumber;

    }
    foreach ( $LogicalDisk as $wmi_LogicalDisk )
    {
        $size = $wmi_LogicalDisk->Size;
		$size = $size /1024/1024/1024+1 . " GB";
        $freespace = $wmi_LogicalDisk->FreeSpace;
		$freespace = $freespace /1024/1024/1024+1 . " GB";

    }


    echo "Bios version   : ".$bios_version."<br/>
          Serial number of bios  : ".$serial."<br/>
          Hardware Model : ".$model."<br/>
		  Username : ".$username."<br/>
          Processor : ".$procname."<br/>
          Total Ram : ".$Capacity."<br/>
          Total Disk : ".$size."<br>
		  Free Space : ".$freespace."<br>
		  <br>
		  <b>Software:</b>
		  <br>
          ";
	foreach ( $software as $wmi_software )
	{
		$softwarelist = $wmi_software->Name;
		echo $softwarelist . "<br>";
	}
?>

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Ray PaseurCommented:
Do you mean that you want to add an authentication step to password protect your script?
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maximus81Author Commented:
The issue I am having is when I search for a computer the script runs and it comes back as access denied.
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maximus81Author Commented:
I figured it out:

                  $host = $row['asset'];
                  $user = "domain\administrator";
                  $pass = "pass";
                  
      $wmiLocator = new COM('WbemScripting.SWbemLocator');
      $obj = $wmiLocator->ConnectServer($host, 'root\cimv2', $user, $pass);
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maximus81Author Commented:
I figured it out.
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Lukasz ChmielewskiCommented:
Try this:

   $displayasset = $row['asset'];
   $user = "username";
   $pass = "password";

   $wmiLocator = new COM('WbemScripting.winmgmts:{impersonationLevel=impersonate}');
   $obj = $wmiLocator->ConnectServer($displayasset, "root\cimv2", "$displayasset\$user", $pass);
//or
   $obj = $wmiLocator->ConnectServer($displayasset, "root\cimv2", $user, $pass);

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Lukasz ChmielewskiCommented:
oh, too late.
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