In the above example I have a system that has 3 printers, when a user is logged in. I have a spread sheet with PC names and printer names and I am trying to remove the printers using the WMI-Object method. This isn't a PowerShell issue. – CM .

Accepts input for one or more remote computer names. Or Get-WmiObject Win32_Share -ComputerName 'PRINT-SERVER' -Credential (Get-Credential) for a one-liner – fletcher Jul 18 '10 at 21:02 Trouble is, I want to run this in a login script, so don't want user to have to enter password. Hey, Scripting Guy! An entry in DefaultCapabilities should also be listed in the Capabilities array. If you like my PowerShell Tool please give it some stars under Ratings.
PARAMETER Computers EXAMPLE: PS>Get-InstalledPrinters "SERVER1","SERVER2","SERVER3" -Unique.

May 13, 2019. This cmdlet is one of a couple in PowerShell that can work with the WMI repository to make managing lots of systems a whole lot easier. Many of these printer cmdlets employ WMI to interrogate computer objects such as printers. The problem is I only get local printers, not those printers from the print server connected to the computer. GET WMIOBJECT WIN32 PRINTER DRIVER. You can also use Get-Printer to retrieve the properties of a single printer, and then use that information as input into other cmdlets. My goal is to get a list of network printers on a remote computer, remove them, and add different printers from a different print server. Im Vergleich zu anderen WMI-Bordmitteln von Windows hat PowerShell nicht nur den Vorteil, dass sie mächtiger und flexibler ist, sondern dass mit ihr die Nutzung von WMI auch wesentlich einfacher ist als mit VBS-Scripts. function Get-InstalledPrinters {<#. EXAMPLE1: Remove-InstalledPrinter -ComputerName computername1 -PrinterName Ricoh 4504 EXAMPLE2: "computerna I'm trying to query a device remotely to determine whether or not it has a specific default printer set. Get-CIMInstance (PowerShell 3.0+ ) Get the CIM instances of a class from a CIM server. andrewchurchill1 over 5 years ago. You can use wildcard characters with Get-Printer. The following syntax is simplified from Managed Object Format (MOF) …
WMI see's 2 of them, PrintUI see's 1. Hi CM, Ed looked around, but he did not find anything. Hiho, und die besten grüße aus Braunschweig. I'm boggled how I can list them ALL! I have been tasked with removing several hundred local printers. I'm aware that 'Default' doesn't really print out when using the Get-WmiObject win32_printer object, but it's my understanding it is a 'hidden' metric of sorts in the return.

The Get-Printer cmdlet retrieves a list of printers installed on a computer. Specifies the paper type that the Printer is currently using.