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Software Inventory Logging Cmdlets in Windows PowerShell

Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows 8.1

Updated: October 17, 2013

Applies To: Windows 8.1, Windows PowerShell 4.0, Windows Server 2012 R2

Windows PowerShell® is a task-based command-line shell and scripting language designed especially for system administration. This reference topic for the information technology (IT) professional provides assistance in utilizing the Windows PowerShell cmdlets to script and automate tasks.

Software Inventory Logging Cmdlets

This reference provides cmdlet descriptions and syntax for all Software Inventory Logging-specific cmdlets. It lists the cmdlets in alphabetical order based on the verb at the beginning of the cmdlet.

 

Cmdlet Description

Get-SilComputer

Displays the point in time values for specific server and operating system-related data.

Get-SilData

Displays a point in time collection of all Software Inventory Logging data.

Get-SilLogging

Displays configuration settings for Software Inventory Logging.

Get-SilSoftware

Displays the point in time identity of all software installed on the host server.

Get-SilUalAccess

Displays the total number of unique client device requests and client user requests of the server from two days prior.

Get-SilWindowsUpdate

Displays the point in time list of all Windows updates installed on the host server.

Publish-SilData

Initiates a point in time collection of all Software Inventory Logging data and forwards it, along with any accumulated historical data, to the aggregation server.

Set-SilLogging

Applies configuration settings for Software Inventory Logging.

Start-SilLogging

Starts Software Inventory Logging daily logging.

Stop-SilLogging

Stops Software Inventory Logging daily logging.

noteNote
To list all the cmdlets that are available, use the Get-Command –Module SoftwareInventoryLogging cmdlet.

For more information about, or for the syntax of, any of the cmdlets, use the Get-Help <cmdlet name> cmdlet, where <cmdlet name> is the name of the cmdlet that you want to research. For more detailed information, you can run any of the following cmdlets:

Get-Help <cmdlet name> -Detailed
Get-Help <cmdlet name> -Examples
Get-Help <cmdlet name> -Full

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