List Hotfixes installed with PowerShell with Get-Hotfix — Parv The IT Geek

Have you ever wondered what updates have been applied to your Windows operating system?

Well a quick and easy way to do that is to use the PowerShell command Get-Hotfix. This will list out the description, the HotfixID and when it was installed.

I used this on a few PCs where it appeared that updates were not being applied and it showed me when the last updates were installed and hence helped me identify the PCs which were having the trouble and disconnect them from the network.

GET-HOTFIX


Originally published at https://parvtheitgeek.com on April 8, 2015.

Published by Parvinder Nijjar

I blog at ParvTheITGeek.com

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