how can I use get-wmiobject to receive user specific wmi information

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Sven posted on 04-20-2012 5:26 AM


I would like to find out the printers a specific user has installed. With

get-WMIobject win32_printer -computer computername

I only see those printers that are installed local. I can't see the printers that are installed by the AD-user from a print server in the network.

The same issue on the local computer, if I start powershell with a different than the logged on user.

Any ideas?


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thank you for the quick answer. Is there a method that uses powershell instead of vbscript?


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