Accessing Provided Data

Here are a few examples of how to access ESET WMI data from Windows command line and PowerShell, which should work from any current Windows operating system. There are, however, many other ways of accessing the data from other scripting languages and tools.

Command line without scripts

The wmic command line tool can be used to access various predefined or any custom WMI classes.

To display complete info about product on the local machine:

wmic /namespace:\\root\ESET Path ESET_Product

To display product version number only of the product on the local machine:

wmic /namespace:\\root\ESET Path ESET_Product Get Version

To display complete info about product on a remote machine with IP 10.1.118.180:

wmic /namespace:\\root\ESET /node:10.1.118.180 /user:Administrator Path ESET_Product

PowerShell

Get and display complete info about product on the local machine:

Get-WmiObject ESET_Product -namespace 'root\ESET'

Get and display complete info about product on a remote machine with IP 10.1.118.180:

$cred = Get-Credential # promts the user for credentials and stores it in the variable
Get-WmiObject ESET_Product -namespace 'root\ESET' -computername '10.1.118.180' -cred $cred