Want to know an easy way to view WMI Objects and set their value? In this video excerpt from Thomas Lee’s course WMI and Powershell you’ll learn exactly how to read WMI objects for items such as file shares, BIOS info, and logical disk properties. In the full course Thomas also covers WMI Type Accelerators, WMI Security, and using the WMI query language.
Thomas is an IT Industry veteran of over 40 years and has been involved in Microsoft products since the very beginning of the IBM PC and DOS. Thomas has been a PowerShell MVP for 16 of the past 17 years and runs PowerShell training courses around the world. Thomas has been a speaker at conferences across the world over the past decade including Teched US/EMEA/Japan/Australia and is speaking at the PowerShell Deep Dive conference in Frankfurt in October.
If you’d like to make use of the Powershell and WMI, this course will get you started. Have some PowerShell script magic you’d like to share with the world? Hit the comment link below and show off a little.
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