Powershell – Get List of Windows Updates Installed

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If you want to find the full list of Windows Updates that you have installed on your machine, you can use a Powershell command to find this information. This is particularly helpful for operating systems like Windows Server 2012 R2 Core.

COMMAND

Run this command in a Powershell environment on the machine you want to find the list of updates for:

 Get-WmiObject -Class "win32_quickfixengineering"  

This should now detail all the Windows Updates like this:

Powershell - Get List of Windows Updates Installed 1

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