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Server, Windows
If you’re searching for Windows Server Licensing and Activation Details of your Windows machine you can use following statements

which will give you following output

If you’re searching for some other details like your client machine ID (CMID) you can use following statement

which will give you following output

Both commands work for KMS and Non-KMS clients. It’s always good to have an opportunity to retrieve details like

  • License Status
  • Volume Activation Expiration
  • Client Machine ID (CMID)
  • KMS machine IP address
  • KMS machine extended PID
  • Activation interval
  • Renewal interval
  • Activation ID
  • Application ID
  • Extended PID
  • Produkt Key Channel Volume
  • Installation ID
  • Volume activation expiration
  • Remaining Windows rearm count
  • Reaming SKU rearm count

Network, PowerShell, Server, Windows
In this case we’re going to use the method GetHostAddresses of the Dns class of the Sytem.Net namespace.
For PowerShell 2.0 you can use following Windows PowerShell One Liners:

Name to IP Address (DNS Forward)

IP Address to Name (DNS Reverse)

As of PowerShell 3.0 you can use the method GetHostEntry() for both Forward and Reverse: As of PowerShell 4.0 you can use the Cmdlet Resolve-DnsName as well as for both Forward and Reverse: