Using The get Command

Applies To: Windows Server (Semi-Annual Channel), Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012

Retrieves properties or attributes about the specified object.

Subcommands

Subcommand Description
Using the get-AllDevices Command Displays information about all prestaged computers.
Using the get-AllImageGroups Command Displays information about all image groups.
Using the get-AllImages Command Displays information about all images.
Using the get-AllMulticastTransmissions Command Displays the attributes of all multicast transmissions.
Using the get-AllNamespaces Command Displays the attributes of all namespaces.
Using the get-AllServers Command Displays information about all Windows Deployment Services servers.
Using the get-AutoaddDevices Command Displays computers that are pending administrative approval on a specified server.
Using the get-Device Command Displays the attributes of an pending computer.
Using the get-Image Command Displays the attributes of an existing image.
Using the get-ImageFile Command Displays information about images in a specified .wim file.
Using the get-ImageGroup Command Displays information about a specified image group.
Using the get-MulticastTransmission Command Displays the attributes of a specified multicast transmission.
Using the get-Namespace Command Displays the attributes of a specified namespace.
Using the get-Server Command Displays information about a specified Windows Deployment Services server.
Using the get-TransportServer Command Displays information about a specified Transport Server.
Using the get-DriverPackage Command Displays information about driver packages on a server.
Using the get-AllDriverGroups Command Displays information about all the driver groups on server.
Using the get-DriverGroup Command Displays information about driver groups on a server.
Using the get-AllDriverPackages Command Displays information about all the driver packages on a server that match the specified search criteria.
Using the get-DriverPackageFile Command Displays information about a driver package, including the drivers and files it contains.