Find Dell Service Tags via Command Line in Windows without Run as Administrator

How to find Dell Service Tags and Model Numbers via Command Line – Special thanks to Jayse on Spiceworks

1.

Open command prompt

Go to Start > Run and type cmd to start your command prompt. Administrative rights are not required to run this command.

Finish by Choosing either step 2 or 3 depending on your setup.

2.

Obtain Service Tag locally with command line

In the command prompt type the following and press Enter/Return:

wmic csproduct get vendor,name,identifyingnumber

3.

Obtain Service Tag remotely with command line

If VNC or remote desktop connection to the remote-host is not available, execute the following from the local-host to get the service tag of the remote-host.

wmic /user:administrator /node:remote-host bios get serialnumber

You will be prompted for the password for account administrator.

NOTE : Type the above command only replacing the remote-host with the workstation’s name you’re querying. You can replace ‘administrator’ with another account.

wmic /user:DanielSon /node:KarateComputer bios get serialnumber

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