There are many things you can do with WMI to manage your Windows Server 2008 Server Core server. For example, you can report on disk space utilization by using the Get-WmiObject cmdlet. In the most basic form, the command looks like this:
Get-wmiobject -class win32_volume -computername core
If you want to find out information about the CPU on the server, you can use a command such as this one:
Get-wmiobject -class wi32_processor -computername core
And if you are interested in what processes are running on the server, use a command such as this:
Get-wmiobject -class win32_process -computername core
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