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Get Windows Name Using WMI

Get Windows Name Using WMI

Here’s an easy way to get OS information using the Windows Management Instrument (WMI):

Private Sub getWindowsInfo()  On Error Resume Next  Dim strComputername As String  Dim objWMIService   As Object  Dim objQrySetting   As Object  Dim objOS           As Object  strComputername = "." ' Local computer  Set objWMIService =GetObject("winmgmts:{impersonationLevel=impersonate}!\" & strComputername& "
ootcimv2")  Set objQrySetting = objWMIService.ExecQuery("SELECT * FROMWin32_OperatingSystem")  For Each objOS In objQrySetting      MsgBox "OS Name: " & objOS.Name & vbCrLf & _            "Version: " & objOS.Version & vbCrLf & _            "Service Pack: " & objOS.ServicePackMajorVersion & "." &objOS.ServicePackMinorVersion & vbCrLf & _            "OS Manufacturer: " & objOS.Manufacturer & vbCrLf & _            "Windows Directory: " & objOS.WindowsDirectory & vbCrLf & _            "Locale: " & objOS.Locale  Next  ' Tidy up  Set objWMIService = Nothing  Set objQrySetting = Nothing  Set objOS = NothingEnd Sub
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