For those of us who use WMI everyday here is a
great blog at MSDN to learn tips and tricks with accessing WMI via PowerShell.
I found a tip to help me start using PowerShell to traverse my WMI database.
Give ‘er a look.
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This blog post is part of a series on Powershell:
- How to Write Your First Powershell Script
- How to Add Printers with Powershell
- Searching Through Files for Matching Strings
- Get-Date Cmdlet
- Get-Command and Get-Member
- Console Window Tips
- Get CPU Usage for a Process Using Get-Counter
- Sending Email (with Gmail example)
- Zip up files using .NET and Add-Type
- Text-to-Speech Examples
- Running .NET 4 with PowerShell Version 2.0
- Silently Change Firefox Default Search Providers
- Copying Individual Files and Renaming Duplicates
- Sending a Wake-On-LAN (WOL) Magic Packet
- Secure Password with PowerShell: Encrypting Credentials - Part 1
- Secure Password with PowerShell: Encrypting Credentials - Part 2
- Create Shortcuts on User Desktops using Powershell
- Using PowerShell to Set Static and DHCP IP Addresses - Part 1
- Using PowerShell to Set Static and DHCP IP Addresses - Part 2
- Capturing Screenshots with PowerShell and .NET
- Using Get-ChildItem to Find Files by Date and Time
- Exploring Event Logs with Get-EventLog