On Tue, 09 Aug 2011 12:00:10 -0400, samintz <> wrote:
|I imagine you could do that using @WMI.
WMI is somewhat intimidating, especially for me with no experience with any sort
of query language. Microsoft provides a very useful tool, "WMI Code Creator".
With it you can not only do WMI queries, but also learn a lot about how to
construct queries with TCC's WMIQUERY and @WMI. Read about it and get it