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Using WBEMTest to verify volume size and free space

Updated September 13, 2017

Overview

You can use WBEMTest to verify the volume size and the amount of free disk space. You can use WBEMTest to explore your environment, or to confirm the information that you are receiving from Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). 

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  1. Choose Start -> Run -> WBEMTest.
  2. Click Connect.
  3. In the Namespace, enter \\<IP of DC>\root\cimv2
  4. Enter the username and password you are using in NPM to poll.
  5. Click Connect.
  6. Click on Query.
  7. Enter the following query:
    SELECT Caption, VolumeName, VolumeSerialNumber, Size, FreeSpace, DriveType, MediaType FROM Win32_LogicalDisk
  8. Click Apply.

 

This should display Win32_LogicalDisk=<no key>.

 

Each of these is a different drive. You will need double click each one to find the one which has the C: drive (look in properties box for "Caption CIM_STRING C:").

 

Now you will see free space and space of the volume. You can check this against your C drive.

 

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