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You can enable special JAR file functionality, such as package sealing, by modifying the default manifest.

You then use the Jar tool's Warning: The text file from which you are creating the manifest must end with a new line or carriage return.Process { For Each ($Computer in $Computername) { Write-Verbose ("{0}: Checking network availability" -f $Computer) If (Test-Connection -Computer Name $Computer -Count 1 -Quiet) { Try { Write-Verbose ("{0}: Retrieving WMI OS information" -f $Computer) $OS = Get-Wmi Object -Computer Name $Computer Win32_Operating System -Error Action Stop } Catch { $OS = New-Object PSObject -Property @{ Caption = $_. The other part of the code performs the translation of the value of the registry key to find the product key and also using a . Try { Write-Verbose ("{0}: Attempting remote registry access" -f $Computer) $remote Reg = [Microsoft. I use the New-Object cmdlet and supply a hash table of data that is saved to a variable. This allows for better use of the code to see not only what the product key is, but what it also applies to as well.After the object is created, I opt to create a custom type name for this object to make it more unique which is then displayed to the user running the code. $object = New-Object PSObject -Property @{ Computername = $Computer Product Key = $Product Key OSDescription = $os. Version } $object.pstypenames.insert(0,'Product Key. Info') $object } Else { $object = New-Object PSObject -Property @{ Computername = $Computer Product Key = 'Unreachable' OSDescription = 'Unreachable' OSVersion = 'Unreachable' } $object.pstypenames.insert(0,'Product Key. The list of items I wanted to add to the existing code are: I also add some parameters to the existing code with a default parameter value for the Computername to point to the local machine.I also add some aliases to support the Value From Pipe Line By Property Name which allows extra pipeline support. OSArchitecture -eq '64-bit') { $value = $remote Reg.

You will also notice that I set the type for Computername to [string[]] which means that it will take a collection of strings for that parameter. Message } } The rest of the code deals with the actual operations to query the specified system’s registry key based on whether it is a 64bit system or 32bit. Open Sub Key("SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version"). Get Value('Digital Product Id4')[0x34..0x42] } Else { $value = $remote Reg.

I start off with a quick check to see if the system is reachable on the network and then perform a WMI query for some pieces of information regarding the Caption (Operating System name), Version and also the Architecture which will tell me if the OS is 64bit or 32bit which will be vital in determining what to do next for the product key. This is important because if the system is 64bit, the Digital Product Id4 key value must be used instead of Digital Product Id, otherwise you will not receive the accurate data for the product key. Registry Key]) which will allow me to perform a remote query of the registry. Open Sub Key("SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version"). Get Value('Digital Product Id')[0x34..0x42] } $Product Key = "" Write-Verbose ("{0}: Translating data into product key" -f $Computer) for ($i = 24; $i -ge 0; $i--) { $r = 0 for ($j = 14; $j -ge 0; $j--) { $r = ($r * 256) -bxor $value[$j] $value[$j] = [math]:: Floor([double]($r/24)) $r = $r % 24 } $Product Key = $map[$r] + $Product Key if (($i % 5) -eq 0 -and $i -ne 0) { $Product Key = "-" + $Product Key } } } Catch { $Product Key = $_. Message } Lastly we need to make this into an object because this is Power Shell, after all. As you can see, not only is the product key displayed, but the computername as well as the Operating System and version are also displayed as well.

The last line will not be parsed properly if it does not end with a new line or carriage return.

A couple of days ago I received my daily Power Tips email from Power talking about how to get the Windows Product key via Power Shell from your local system.

The code is simple and to the point to look for and translate the data into a readable product key: function Get-Product Key { $map="BCDFGHJKMPQRTVWXY2346789" $value = (get-itemproperty "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current Version").digitalproductid[0x34..0x42] $Product Key = "" for ($i = 24; $i -ge 0; $i--) { $r = 0 for ($j = 14; $j -ge 0; $j--) { $r = ($r * 256) -bxor $value[$j] $value[$j] = [math]:: Floor([double]($r/24)) $r = $r % 24 } $Product Key = $map[$r] + $Product Key if (($i % 5) -eq 0 -and $i -ne 0) { $Product Key = "-" + $Product Key } } $Product Key } However, being that I had a little free time and really like this code, I wanted to enhance it to make it more robust by adding a few extra things here and there.

By doing this, you can see just how easy it is to take some existing code and modify it to meet your own specific requirements.

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