Quick Blog: PowerShell Disk and MountPoint Check

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  1. Tom Hoover says:

    My profile as use for ISE is last in this comment.

    I cannot get the Get-DisksSpace to function. I have called it using

    Get-DisksSpace ‘computername’
    Get-DisksSpace “computername”
    Get-DisksSpace computername
    Get-DisksSpace $env:computername

    And it returns the error
    Get-WmiObject : Invalid class
    At C:\Documents and Settings\thoover\My Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Microsoft.PowerShellI
    SE_profile.ps1:9 char:14
    + Get-WmiObject <<< ”

    Thanks for whatever help you can give me.

    • Aaron Nelson says:


      Try running: Get-Command Get-DisksSpace and see if that returns anything. If it doesn’t that means the function didn’t load up. If it does respond back that it has Get-DisksSpace loaded up then that’s a completely different problem.

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