Processor and USB info, Screen Resolution with PowerShell

There is nothing worse than being given a system requirement and not knowing whether it can be applied to a number of systems. There are countless examples, such as free space on local computers or what levels of JAVA or .NET framework are installed. Sometimes, we may be given more difficult requirements that we may or may not be able to easily determine.

Here are three scripts you can use to get detailed information for specific questions about Windows clients and servers. The scripts are based on PowerShell 2, which can be applied to Windows XP and higher on the client side as well as on Windows Server 2003 and higher on the server editions. For PowerShell 2, it is recommended that you install the Windows PowerShell PowerPack.

Read the entire post at the Network Administrator blog at TechRepublic.
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