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Understanding WMI Scripting (HP Technologies)

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Understanding WMI Scripting is the first book of two dedicated to Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). This first book explains to Windows Administrators the various WMI scripting techniques available to ease their day-to-day management tasks. Under Windows Server 2003, Microsoft made solid enhancements in WMI. This dramatically extends the scripting and manageability capabilities of this new Windows platform. Illustrated with more than a hundred samples, this book explains the underlying technology and how the WMI can be put to work. Alain focuses not only on the WMI programming aspects for developers but on how administrators can use what is available in Windows for their admin work. WMI is a very important topic under Windows Server 2003, so this book provides real added value to Windows administrators. Once you have completed reading and practicing the first volume, you will be ready to discover and apply your WMI knowledge to any technology that WMI interfaces with. This may include things like managing SNMP devices, monitoring Active Directory replication or configuring the security in a Windows environment. This is the aim of the second book entitled Leveraging Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Scripting. This book addresses the most advanced WMI topics to put WMI in practice and therefore requires a good WMI and Windows platform experience. Based on the information learned in the first volume, you will see how you can exploit the features brought by various WMI interfaces to manage the real-world environment components.

  • Learn the WMI Scripting techniques applied to production environments
  • Achieve better system management and customize critical operations
  • Access hundreds of usable scripts in book and downloadable from web
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