Using WMIC to Find Computer Model for SCCM or MDT

A quick tip that I use quite a bit.  If you like to query WMI to get the computer model for drivers in MDT or SCCM, one little nagging challenge is getting the exact name of the model in WMI.

Here’s a quick command line that you could also script if needed.

From an elevated command prompt, type:

wmic csproduct get name

The result should give you the exact name returned by WMI in your task sequence query. 



 Then, just plug in your model you are targeting into a SCCM task sequence condition.  For example:

SELECT * FROM Win32_ComputerSystem WHERE Model LIKE “%HP Compaq Elite 8300 SFF%”







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