On Jun 9, 2:34*pm, David Kerber
> In article <e4ND#eT6JHA.1...@xxxxxx>, rlmueller-
> nos...@xxxxxx says...
> > > It basically fails at the "For Each objPS in colPowerSupply" line.
> > > Anyone have any ideas how to get this information? *Is it stored inthe
> > > registry maybe and I can query that instead? *Trying to Google thishas
> > > been
> > > a nightmare compared to how easy it was to find sample scripts on other
> > > inventory gathering techniques.
> > > Thanks
> > > Nelson
> > I cannot find a machine where the Win32_PowerSupply class is supported.
> I would be shocked if windows tracked (or could even get) information
> about power supplies. *If it is available in some machines, it's almost
> certainly mfr's speciial hardware management software that is providing
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I just ran across something that I found interesting.
If you use HP/Compaq servers and you have installed the Management
You will find a Name Space called root\HPQ that has 363 classes
associated with it.
Basically, every thing the HP Management agents know about the server
This might be of use to you