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  • in reply to: Deduped Drive space response #2842
    phlegmerphlegmer
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    %6[1.0b]B / %5[1.0b]B

    Appears to work quite nicely for the At-A-Glance display.

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Deduped Drive space response #2835
    phlegmerphlegmer
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    Hmmm, still not quite right. The labels are no longer correct (TB, GB, etc).

    in reply to: Deduped Drive space response #2832
    phlegmerphlegmer
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    No quotas active and always run DI as Admin.

    Thanks

    in reply to: Parsing WMI Queries #2814
    phlegmerphlegmer
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    Couldn’t get it whittled down to 1 line. 🙁 I resorted to having it call the script and all looks as it should. Quite the work around but it is what it is.

    Thanks!

    in reply to: Parsing WMI Queries #2810
    phlegmerphlegmer
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    OK, I think I have some alternate PS script that will output what I would like sans CR/LF

    I’ve distilled it to 2 lines. The last (3rd) line is just to show the output in PS.

    I can’t quite figure out how to DesktopInfo’ize it so that it will work in the .ini. 🙁

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    in reply to: Parsing WMI Queries #2800
    phlegmerphlegmer
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    Allow me to explain.

    Before we had it show the following:
    Windows Server 2019 (64-Bit)

    With the cool new CMD feature you showed me, I can get
    Windows Server 2019

    Can the %OSArchitecture% somehow be appended to the end of the command you sent? Or maybe can “gwmi Win32_OperatingSystem | % OSArchitecture” type code be used on the left column along with a little text?

    If not, not a big deal but thought I’d ask. 🙂

    in reply to: Parsing WMI Queries #2785
    phlegmerphlegmer
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    Oh boy! So close. Now if I can tag on

    gwmi Win32_OperatingSystem | % OSArchitecture

    or

    WMI=namespace:root\cimv2,query:Win32_OperatingSystem,display:%OSArchitecture%

    at the end, I think life will be good again. 🙂

    in reply to: Parsing WMI Queries #2783
    phlegmerphlegmer
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    Since the OS Version ini option now uses an WMI call, the added “Microsoft” text really messes with my right column mojo.

    This PS script really returns what I’m hoping to have

    gwmi Win32_OperatingSystem | % Caption | % split ' ' 2 | select -last 1

    Oh well, guess I just need to be patient and see what v2.5 will bring. 🙂

    in reply to: Parsing WMI Queries #2780
    phlegmerphlegmer
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    This is kind of what I’m looking for but not sure if REGEX can be used in the .ini

    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/27306449/powershell-gwmi-win32-operatingsystem-trim-output

    in reply to: 64bit Stuff #2770
    phlegmerphlegmer
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    Sorry, I probably should have mentioned this. I always run DTI as admin because I have noticed from previous DTI version I wouldn’t always get accurate feedback otherwise.

    Thanks!

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