Posts Tagged ‘WQL’


Introducing the WMI Explorer 2014

Monday, July 29th, 2013 by Alex Riedel
WMI Explorer 2014 is now officially released as of April 17th 2014. Please go here for more details:   For many years now administrators have used SAPIEN’s WMI Explorer to get a handle on WMI classes and their properties and methods. It is in fact one of our most popular free tools from our collection of community tools. Amazingly enough this was never a tool that was intended to be released to the public. I originally put the WMI Explorer together in 2005 from code I found online and had laying around to better understand WMI and how to…   More »

WMI Live

Monday, December 22nd, 2008 by Alex Riedel
Similar to the enhanced SQL support, PrimalScript 2009 provides enhanced WMI and WQL support. WMI is an important tool in the administrators arsenal. It allows you to accomplish many tasks, local and remote with very little effort. However, the sheer number of WMI classes and their properties can be overwhelming and make it sometimes hard to quickly discover what you need. The new object browser in PrimalScript 2009 lists all your WMI namespaces, their classes and each classes properties. The classes inside any given namespace are sorted and grouped by their prefix (CIM, WIN32 etc.), so you can more easily…   More »