MAK

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  1. Server – Virtual or Physical?

    • updated 3 years ago
    you are logged on to a server thru RDP and would like to know quickly whether the server is Physical or Virtual?You can use below one line Powershell command that queries the win32_computersystem WMI-class to check whether the server is a virtual one or is a physical server.Virtual MachinePowerEdge M610Hope it helps!!!Thanks, MAK
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