Custom built pc - not displaying manufacturer and model info

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  • Colby Bouma

    You can create a WMI Scanner or PowerShell Scanner to query Win32_BaseBoard. That's where System Information is pulling that data from.

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  • Brian Knoll

    Thanks, but looking for more details on how to create that PS scanner code.  Assuming I would need to create a couple of Custom Fields to drop this new data for computers?

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  • Colby Bouma

    No, Custom Fields are for manually entering data. Click "New Scanner" in the toolbar, then "PowerShell". Paste the code below into the Script field, or save it to a .ps1 file and point the File field to it.

    Get-CimInstance Win32_BaseBoard | Select-Object Manufacturer, Product

    https://www.pdq.com/powershell-scanner/

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  • Brian Knoll

    Thanks Colby, that worked

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