This command queries the computer for drivers and driver properties. As with the other commands mentioned, typing driverquery /?49 will result in the display of the available parameters for the command as presented in Figure 269.
Typing in driverquery with no arguments displays the entire list of drivers on the local machine. An example of this is shown in Figure 270.
Keep in mind that the list will be somewhat long.
This command can also be used to access driver information on remote computers using the /s command switch. You may also be required to enter your username and password for the remote device.
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