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WMI association example

esempio di associazione a WMI con powershell

Richard Siddaway's Blog

A question came up on the Powershell.org forum about finding the groups of which  local accounts are members

You can get account data using Win32_UserAccount

Group information is held in Win32_Group. You can see the relationship between users and groups by dumping the Win32_GroupUser instances. You will see a load of entries like this

WMI classes have associations – in this case there is an association between the Win32_User and the Win32_Group classes. The Win32_GroupUser can be thought of as the linking class. What we need to do to is to go from the individual instances of Win32_User (the users) to the associated groups.

Something like this should do it

$data = Get-CimInstance -ClassName Win32_UserAccount -Filter “LocalAccount = $true” |
foreach {
$groups = Get-CimAssociatedInstance -InputObject $PSItem -ResultClassName Win32_Group | select -ExpandProperty Name
$PSItem | Add-Member -MemberType NoteProperty -Name “Groups” -Value ($groups -join “;”) -PassThru
}
$data | select Caption…

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