Posts Tagged ‘Query’


 

WMI Explorer 2014 Service build 2.0.47

Friday, October 17th, 2014 by Alex Riedel
Our WMI Explorer 2014 gets a minor update with build 2.0.47. The new Server dialog lets you edit settings after the fact, for example when the password changes. You may notice the new “Root” field in the settings dialog, which is now also present in the initial dialog when connecting to a new computer. If you are only interested in a particular  namespace on a server or, even more important, if you only have permissions to a specific namespace and have no access to ‘root’ then this is what you need. All namespaces specifications have to start with ‘\root’, so…   More »

WMI Explorer 2014: Running Queries

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013 by Alex Riedel
WMI has a large amount of namespaces, classes and properties. While the WMI Explorer allows you to browse, search and filter all these items, it also enables you to query the underlying data for all of this. What you see above here is a standard query for the selected class. It is the same as running a “select * from Win32_Service” in this case. You can also limit the number of columns or properties by only selecting the items you need. In this case we selected the ‘Caption’ and ‘State’ properties only to get a list of all services and…   More »