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Developers and system administrators will find this text useful both for instruction in using WMI and as a reference for advanced techniques. Initial chapters introduce concepts, terminology, the uses of the unified management standard WBEM, and its characteristics. The installation and components of WMI, its interactions with subsystems, query language facilities, class schemas, method design, developing management and .NET management applications, MMC Snap-ins, scripts, providers, and high-performance instrumentation are some of the other topics covered.
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