Alex & Access

February 20, 2015

Using WMI

Filed under: VBA — access @ 8:14 am

Normally we are using Windows API to access registry, etc. You can a lot of tasks with WMI. The main advantage, as I see, that WMI code works with any Windows version, also 32 and 64 bit, so you don’t need to use conditional compilation. Hope it will work on future Windows versions as well…

Here a lot of sample code on how to use WMI for different tasks:

WMI Tasks for Scripts and Applications

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