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is there a way to get computer AGE, brand and model from windows?

without rebooting the server?
Windows Server 2003

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frankbustos

8/22/2022 - Mon
motnahp00

Try the set command.
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serialband

run msinfo32.exe

It will give you general system information, but not the age of the system.
NikolasG

Hello
You could use from command prompt the following.
wmic bios get /format:list 

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That will give you all the bios info that your server has.
Hope it helps
Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
fblack61
Leon Fester

I like WMIC too.
Instead of running it locally on each server, you can use the /node:<serverName> switch

e.g.
wmic /node:myServer bios get /format:list  

Send the information to a .txt file by adding a pipe command ">filename.txt"
e.g.
wmic /node:myServer bios get /format:list  >myServer.txt
frankbustos

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great thanks!