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How to get detailed System Information from within LabVIEW

by Active Participant Joe D. ‎05-13-2011 10:49 PM - edited ‎01-30-2017 09:51 AM

You can use LabVIEW to get advanced system information. This is very usefull when creating patches or updates to applications.

Here is a short list of what you can find using the systeminfo command with the System Exec vi:

  • Host Name
  • OS Name
  • OS Version
  • OS Manufacturer
  • OS Configuration
  • OS Build Type
  • Registered Owner
  • Registered Organization
  • Product ID
  • Original Install Date
  • System Up Time
  • System Manufacturer
  • System Model
  • System type
  • Processor(s)
  • BIOS Version
  • Windows Directory
  • System Directory
  • Boot Device
  • System Locale
  • Input Locale
  • Time Zone
  • Total Physical Memory
  • Available Physical Memory
  • Virtual Memory Max Size
  • Virtual Memory Available
  • Virtual Memory In Use
  • Page File Location(s)
  • Domain
  • Logon Server
  • Hotfix(s)
  • Network Card(s)

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Member Ian_Ren

The example vi returns an empty string. I am using LabVIEW 2011 on Windows XP OS.