This WQL query shows systems with both Shockwave player 11 and Shockwave Player 12.
This has a lot of intelligence to remove outdated versions, and install the right copy of Firefox. it also supports an exclusion list.
A collection of WMIC commands to quickly get information form the WMI namespace [CMD commands] This shows all the Quick Fix Engineering (Windows Update) patches in a web page. wmic /node:"aldt-5101262" qfe get description, hotfixid, installedby, installedon,servicepackineffect /format:htable >\temp\temp.htm && "C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer\iexplore" \temp\temp.htm
Sometimes you want to keep retrying a list of hosts, because they aren't all online. You might want to copy a file to them, or reboot them, or query them for some information. This script will loop through a list of hosts, wait for a minute, and then retry for whichever hosts didn't respond. it will output a CSV file of results, as well as a list of successful and failed hosts.
This is an improved version of the routine to go through the registry and launch any uninstallstring found for FireFox. The earlier version didn't look into the x64 registry when the program ran as x86 code. This improved version corrects that defect.
List of 170 different SQL queries for SCCM https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/TI71-SCCM-SQL-Queries-3ec6db7f
WMIC allows WMI commands form a CMD prompt or a batch file. Here's a collection of them.