driverquery

Enables an administrator to display a list of installed device drivers and their properties. If used without parameters, driverquery runs on the local computer.

For examples of how to use this command, see Examples.

Syntax

driverquery [/s <System> [/u [<Domain>\]<Username> [/p <Password>]]] [/fo {table | list | csv}] [/nh] [/v | /si]

Parameters

Parameter Description
/s <System> Specifies the name or IP address of a remote computer. Do not use backslashes. The default is the local computer.
/u [<Domain>] Runs the command with the credentials of the user account as specified by User or Domain*User. By default, **/s* uses the credentials of the user who is currently logged on to the computer that is issuing the command. /u cannot be used unless /s is specified.
/p <Password> Specifies the password of the user account that is specified in the /u parameter. /p cannot be used unless /u is specified.
/fo {table list
/nh Omits the header row from the displayed driver information. Not valid if the /fo parameter is set to list.
/v Displays verbose output. /v is not valid for signed drivers.
/si Provides information about signed drivers.
/? Displays help at the command prompt.

Examples

To display a list of installed device drivers on the local computer, type:

driverquery 

To display the output in a comma-separated values (CSV) format, type:

driverquery /fo csv 

To hide the header row in the output, type:

driverquery /nh 

To use the driverquery command on a remote server named server1 using your current credentials on the local computer, type:

driverquery /s server1

To use the driverquery command on a remote server named server1 using the credentials for user1 on the domain maindom, type:

driverquery /s server1 /u maindom\user1 /p p@ssw3d

Additional references

Command-Line Syntax Key