In this exercise, we explore the use of WIN32_product and classes provided by the Windows installer provider.
Open Notepad or your favorite script editor.
At the top of your script, declare a variable called $strComputer. Assign the WMI shortcut dot character (.) to indicate you want to connect to WMI on your local machine. This line of code is shown here:
$strComputer = "."
On the next line, declare the variable $wmiNS, which will be used to hold the WMI namespace for your query. Assign the string "Root\cimv2" to the variable. This line of code is shown here:
$wmiNS = "root\cimv2"
On the next line, you will use the variable $wmiQuery to hold your WMI query. This query will select everything from the WIN32_ ...