PowerTip: Use PowerShell to Get Computer Name Doctor Scripto June 20th, 20156 0 Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to get your computer name. How can I use Windows PowerShell to easily retrieve my computer name? Use the environmental variable ComputerName: $env:computername Doctor Scripto Scripter, PowerShell, vbScript, BAT, CMD Follow
Can anyone help me out,im not getting Computername through $env:COMPUTERNAME command…its returning as ‘COMPUTENAME’ not my computername
Can anyone help me out,im not getting Computername through $env:COMPUTERNAME command…its returning as ‘COMPUTERNAME’ not my computername
Type “$env:computername” (without the quotes) at the PowerShell prompt, and it will return the computer name — it should work, whether or not “computername” is capitalized.
You can also try:$(Get-WmiObject Win32_Computersystem).name
this doesn’t seem to work with Powershell core on my MacBook, is there a new way in powershell core?
The ComputerName is not defined in any variable on PowerShell core running on macOS, as far as I know. You can use the following alternative on MacBook: