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ID: 19687, WmiSet Collection v1.5: do system administration via WMI

by Serguei Khramtchenko Email: Anonymous

The components to access Windows NT/2000/XP features: disk quotas, drives info, processes, OS settings, remote registry editing, WQL queries.
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For C++Builder, Version 6.0  to 6.0 334 downloads
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Size: 1,181,127 bytes
Updated on Fri, 29 Aug 2003 08:21:27 GMT
Originally uploaded on Sun, 23 Mar 2003 12:13:19 GMT
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A collection of components for Borland Delphi and Borland C++Builder to perform administrative tasks under Windows NT/2000/XP. The collection is based on WMI technlogy, so you can connect to remote servers as well.

Version 1.5 has 7 components:
TwmiQuery: to execute queries against WMI service. Use it to retrieve almost any computer configuration information. For example: "select * from Win32_Account";
TWmiConnection: to connect TWmiQuery component to a destination computer;
TWmiProcessControl: to control processes runing on local or remote servers;
TWmiStorageInfo: to obtain variety of information about disks, CDROMs, partitions, tapes etc;
TWmiDiskQuota: to manage disk quotas;
TWmiOs: to obtain 60 different properties of the operating system, reboot remote computers, synchronize time etc.
TWmiRegistry: to edit the registry on a local or remote computer.

This version is precompiled for C++Builder 6.0 Visit us at to download versions for other compilers.

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