We normally use WMI to either return information about our systems
Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Process | sort KernelModeTime -desc | Format-Table Name, KernelModeTime –AutoSize
or to perform some action
Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Process -Filter...
The conference is in London 14-15 June and includes a number of PowerShell related sessions. There is also a pre-conference PowerShell workshop on 13 June delivered by Don Jones. Details can be found here
March 22 we have Tome Tanasovski presenting on Regular Expressions.
Tome is a Windows engineer for a market-leading global financial services firm in New York City. He is a recipient of the PowerShell MVP award, the founder and leader of the New York City PowerShell User...
Chapter 5 has been released for PowerShell and WMI. It is available through the Manning Early Access Program (MEAP) at http://www.manning.com/siddaway2/
The available chapters cover:
We are always worried about the performance of our systems for one reason or another. We usually turn to sysmon/perfmon to find out how the system is doing.
We can actually use WMI to retrieve this data!
CPU performance is always an issue. We can see what is available...
Installed the RTM version of SP1 today – its one download to cover Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2. Install is straight forward. No real issues seen. I’ll report any problems that come up
IT seems to be in a continuous cycle of hype. We keep getting “new” technologies or ways of supplying IT that will solve all of your organisations problems at a stroke. Some examples of this phenomenon include: