|19.1||Working with WMI in PowerShell|
|19.2||The WMI cmdlets|
|19.3||The WMI object adapter|
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Theme song from the Mister Ed television show
In the previous chapter, we explored the kinds of things you can do with COM, the Windows “native” object framework. Although COM and .NET can be used for many management tasks, management isn’t their primary purpose. In this chapter we’ll look at an object system that’s specifically designed to address the needs of systems management: Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). WMI ...