on some cases when you don’t know where’s the machine..(HUGE DataCenter . .)
and you would like to know if it can be re-configured with hardware easily like a VM machine.
how you’ll do that ?
well its really easy by using Get-WmiObject Command
Easily Check if Computer is Virtual
get-wmiobject -computer LocalHost win32_computersystem
if the computer is virtual then we’ll get a result like this .
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How we can check for the same for mulitple server. Appricatie for ealry response