Posts Tagged ‘wmi’

The CIM IDE and Native PowerShell Cmdlets

I first played with the CIM IDE when working on a chapter of my book. I decided to jump further in depth with it in my spare time to try and create a native WMI provider that would produce native PowerShell cmdlets. I wanted to be able to further document what is described in the […]

Fun with CIM Associations

I have been playing with the new CIM cmdlets in PowerShell 3.0. They are really handy and I am excited to see what Microsoft does with NanoWBEM. It will be really cool to use this technology outside of the Windows stack. I have know how cool WMI and CIM have been for awhile but seeing […]