New Discussion List "WMI for Admins" joining "MSI for Admins"
I registered there and will see what's happening.
Your completely right on MS and the docs, admins are mostly NOT addressed!!
Lange Roetterstrasse 7
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> Actually Manfred, any person that is an Admin that is worth their salt has
> probably used their site. To compare between newsgroups, I would venture
> say that this fills a niche that isn't covered to well in the NG's this is
> posted too from an administrator's point of view.
> Every single thing I write script for and now starting to use WMI (if you
> remember :)) is for Enterprise Admin stuff (I'm lazy), there is NOT a lot
> useful WMI samples out there for VB, VBS, JS, etc.... Most are the MS
> examples and tweaked a little here and a little there and then put out as
> sample but the core is the same old sample stuff from the docs and MS
> website. We need some heavy useful WMI sample sites for administrators.
> Clearance's site has what it can but they still are the more simplified
> samples, so not a lot of learning can be had from them if you are not
> familiar with it.
> I look forward to it!
> My 2 cents
> > Hi,
> > are you sure, there is more importent stuff to discuss than in this
> > Best regards,
> > Manfred Braun
> > (Private)
> > Lange Roetterstrasse 7
> > D68167 Mannheim
> > Germany
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> > > I wanted to introduce a new list sponsored by the Desktop Engineer's
> > > Drawer. The Windows Management Interface (WMI) for Administrators list
> > > (http://www.desktopengineer.com/wmi4admins) will focus on information
> > > knowledge sharing from an administrative perspective for this new
> > > technology. The focus on Administrators concerns has been a unique
> > > of the Windows Installer for Administrators list.
> > > (http://www.desktopengineer.com/msi4admins).
> > > Darwin Sanoy
> > > Desktop Engineer's Junk Drawer Webmaster