With a command line I noticed that my free disk space is below some value – II

Just to finish my script, if I want to create a notification to all my computers and disks :

Now I am creating a Posh object to send in –messagedata and showing  which computer and volume it is notifying


   2: function Notify-SpaceDisk     {


   4:     Param (

   5:             [Parameter(position=0,Mandatory = $true,ValueFromPipeline = $true )] $ComputerName,

   6:             [Parameter(position=1,Mandatory = $true)] $action

   7:         )


   9:         Get-WmiObject -computername $($ComputerName)  -query "select  *  from Win32_Volume where (DriveType = 2) or (DriveType = 3)"  |  ForEach-Object {



  12:                         $pso = New-Object Psobject -property @{Server=$ComputerName;Driveletter=$_.driveletter} 

  13:                         try {

  14:                              Register-WMIEvent -ComputerName $($ComputerName) -Query "Select * from __instanceModificationEvent WITHIN 5 WHERE TargetInstance ISA 'Win32_PerfFormattedData_PerfDisk_LogicalDisk' AND TargetInstance.NAME=`'$($_.Driveletter)`' AND TargetInstance.freemegabytes <450000" -Action  $action -MessageData $pso | Out-null

  15:                             Write-Host "Event registered in Volume $($_.driveletter) computer $($computername)"


  17:                         } catch {

  18:                             $msg = "Failed to Register WMI Event on {0} volume [2}. {1}" -f $($ComputerName),$($_.driveletter),$($_.Exception.Message)

  19:                              Write-Warning -Message $msg

  20:                         }



  23:         }

  24: }

What I done , just create a function to receive the Computer name and the action that I want to do.

So if I want to just show in a console ;

   1: $ComputerName = 'Vader'

   2: $action = {write-host "Hey..hey..wakeup Man. Take a look in Your $($event.MessageData.Server), volume $($event.MessageData.DriveLetter) , it is almost full"}  

   3: Notify-SpaceDisk $Computername $action

or send email  receiving computername by pipe


   2: $action = {param ($pso) ; ipmo functions;Send-SMTPmail -smtpserver 'smtp.mail.yahoo.com.br' -from 'juniorlaerte@yahoo.com.br' -to 'laertejuniordba@hotmail.com' -subject 'Event Notification' -body "Hey..hey..wakeup Man. Take a look in Your $($event.MessageData.Server), volume $($event.MessageData.DriveLetter) , it is almost full"}  

   3: "Vader" | Notify-SpaceDisk -action $action


You can  also do a lot of cool stuff. You can pass the WHITIN Seconds  and WQL by parameter.., create a xml with the computers and volumes that you want to be notified ..etc Smile




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En El Muelle De San Blas


About Laerte Junior

Laerte Junior Laerte Junior is a SQL Server specialist and an active member of WW SQL Server and the Windows PowerShell community. He also is a huge Star Wars fan (yes, he has the Darth Vader´s Helmet with the voice changer). He has a passion for DC comics and living the simple life. "May The Force be with all of us"
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