Get Windows Experience Index

This function allows you to gather the Windows Experience Index values from local or remote computers.

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  • Not working in Server 2008 R2
    3 Posts | Last post September 14, 2015
    • Do certain windows features need to be installed for this to work on server 2008 R2? No values are coming through for me and i'm certain I have the correct computer name:
      Computer        : mini
      CPU             : N/A
      VideoCard       : N/A
      PhysicalDisk    : N/A
      Graphics        : N/A
      Memory          : N/A
      WinSPRLevel     : N/A
      AssessmentState : Unable to query value
    • The script is doing a basic WMI query.  Are you able to do any other queries (e.g. gwmi win32_process -computername Mini)?
    • wmic /node:"mini" path Win32_WinSAT get *
      wmic /node:"mini" process get * | more
      wmic /node:"mini" process get * /format:list | more
  • Not working here either
    3 Posts | Last post July 08, 2011
    • I run the script and nothing displays... what am I missing?
    • What OS are you running this against?  The function will only work on Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems.
    • Can anybody help me.
      I try to using WMI Win32_WinSAT. After update WEI, AssessmentState property = 3, other properties = 0.
      If I usind other program - all OK. WEI output right. What wrong? Thank you