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Sun, Jul 30, 2017 10:48 pm

Determining Motherboard Manufacturer and Model on a Windows System

I wanted to determine the manufacturer and model number of a motherboard in a Windows server at a remote location. I didn't want to drive a half hour there, open up the system's case to make that determination, and drive a half hour back home. Since I have Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) access to the system, I connected by RDP and ran the WMIC command wmic baseboard get product,manufacturer,model,serialnumber,version from a command prompt. I saw the following output:

C:\>wmic baseboard get product,manufacturer,model,serialnumber,version
Manufacturer                      Model  Product     SerialNumber   Version

00000000000000000000000000000000         S03 Server  QCHCNB3440135  Revision A



C:\>

Since the manufacturer was listed as a string of all zeros, I decided to install the free Speccy program from Piriform. When I installed and ran the software, it also showed all zeros for the manufacturer.

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