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I have spent a lot of time looking at this and am really out of my league when it comes to finding the correct information.

Wondering if anyone knows of some WMI's that can help me find the information i am looking for?

We are trying to upgrade our San volume controller but in order to do that we need to check the compatibility on the Windows 2003/2008 servers and the problem is we have a lot of them. (5000+)

Does anyone know if there is any WMI or anything else that can help me pull the information needed so i can see if these servers are compatible for upgrade?

Information needed:
Adapter
Adapter model number
Adapter Driver
Multipath type and version number
If on a cluster
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Nagendra Pratap Singh earned 500 total points
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Try SCCM or similar software.

There are some free software that can do hardware inventory for you.
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by:Nagendra Pratap Singh
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Try lansweeper and spice works. You need to have a similar software anyway if you are managing 5000 servers.
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SCCM uses WMI and registry keys to pull the data so i would still need to come up with that info before i could get SCCM to grab that info.

We have tons of software but nothing that can pull that info or I would have used it by now. Thus the reason i hope it can be done via WMI
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What exactly is mentioned in the compatibility document for this San volume controller?

These
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Adapter
Adapter model number
Adapter Driver
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can be had from most tools including SCCM.
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I have been told it couldn't be done by SCCM, Do you know where i would find it so i can talk to my sccm guy?
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for MITK13's comment #a39629287

for the following reason:

Data can be pulled in SCCM
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This is my answer

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Try SCCM or similar software.
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This is his answer .. I guess i clicked the wrong button.
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Advise was good.
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