Weekly Tip 16

Get list of Windows Updates installed on a machine. This can be used in SCCM compliance settings, or to determine if a particular update is installed.

get-wmiobject -class win32_quickfixengineering

You also get specific information, such as name, KB number, by adding this to end:

| select-object -property

Available properties are description, KB number (hotfixID), who installed it (InstalledBy), and when it was installed (InstalledOn).

Here’s a sample output from my Windows 10 machine:

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