Win32_DiskDrivePhysicalMedia - WMI sample in Python

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Win32_DiskDrivePhysicalMedia

Description

Example(s)

import win32com.client
def WMIDateStringToDate(dtmDate):
    strDateTime = ""
    if (dtmDate[4] == 0):
        strDateTime = dtmDate[5] + '/'
    else:
        strDateTime = dtmDate[4] + dtmDate[5] + '/'
    if (dtmDate[6] == 0):
        strDateTime = strDateTime + dtmDate[7] + '/'
    else:
        strDateTime = strDateTime + dtmDate[6] + dtmDate[7] + '/'
        strDateTime = strDateTime + dtmDate[0] + dtmDate[1] + dtmDate[2] + dtmDate[3] + " " + dtmDate[8] + dtmDate[9] + ":" + dtmDate[10] + dtmDate[11] +':' + dtmDate[12] + dtmDate[13]
    return strDateTime

strComputer = "."
objWMIService = win32com.client.Dispatch("WbemScripting.SWbemLocator")
objSWbemServices = objWMIService.ConnectServer(strComputer,"root\cimv2")
colItems = objSWbemServices.ExecQuery("SELECT * FROM Win32_DiskDrivePhysicalMedia")
for objItem in colItems:
    if objItem.Antecedent != None:
        print "Antecedent:" + ` objItem.Antecedent`
    if objItem.Dependent != None:
        print "Dependent:" + ` objItem.Dependent`