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Description: Example script
Class: Windows PHP WMI Class
Query local and remote Windows systems with WMI
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<?php
   
/***********************************************************************************************************

        The following example shows how to use the WMI class to query system information using the Windows
        Management Interface.

     ***********************************************************************************************************/
   
require ( 'Wmi.phpclass' ) ;

    if (
php_sapi_name ( ) != 'cli' )
        echo (
"<pre>" ) ;

   
// Create an object for accessing the Windows Management Interface
   
$wmi = new Wmi ( ) ;

   
// Display the list of processes currently running on your system (pid + command line).
    // (for more information about the Win32_Process WMI class, see : https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa394372(v=vs.85).aspx)
   
echo ( "Process list :\n" ) ;
   
$process_list = $wmi -> QueryInstances ( 'Win32_Process' ) ;

    foreach (
$process_list as $process )
        echo (
"\tProcess : ({$process -> ProcessId}) {$process [ 'CommandLine' ]}\n" ) ;

   
// Display the list of printers configured on your system
    // (for more information about the Win32_Printer WMI class, see : https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa394363(v=vs.85).aspx)
   
echo ( "\n\nPrinter list :\n" ) ;
   
$printer_list = $wmi -> QueryInstances ( 'Win32_Printer' ) ;

    foreach (
$printer_list as $printer )
        echo (
"\t{$printer -> Caption}\n" ) ;

   
// Display all the logical drives defined on your system
    // (for more information about the Win32_LogicalDrive WMI class, see : https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa394173(v=vs.85).aspx)
   
echo ( "\n\nLogical drives :\n" ) ;
   
$logical_drives = $wmi -> QueryInstances ( 'Win32_LogicalDisk' ) ;

    foreach (
$logical_drives as $drive )
        echo (
"\t{$drive -> Name} ({$drive -> VolumeName})\n" ) ;

   
// Display removable logical drives list, using the Query() method with a WHERE clause instead of calling QueryInstances()
   
echo ( "\n\nRemovable logical drives :\n" ) ;
   
$logical_drives = $wmi -> Query ( 'SELECT * FROM Win32_LogicalDisk WHERE MediaType = 11' ) ;

    foreach (
$logical_drives as $drive )
        echo (
"\t{$drive -> Name}\n" ) ;