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Does anyone know a PowerShell command or WMIC query I can use to pull the actual NVMe hard drive serial number?

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Looking for a PowerShell command or WMIC query that will pull the actual NVMe hard drive serial number on a workstation (local and remote). The few that I've ran are displaying the hard drive S/N incorrectly. The commands are showing either the EUI64 number or Part number instead of the actual hard drive S/N which is what I need for a full inventory. 

The command I've tried in Powershell is: 

Get-PhysicalDisk | select-object friendlyname,serialnumber

Get-WMIObject win32_physicalmedia | format-List tag,serialnumber

Using the command prompt I've tried:

wmic diskdrive get model, name, serialnumber, manufacturer, caption, description

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