Namespace root/cimv2

The WMI namespace root/cimv2 is the default namespace and contains classes for computer hardware and configuration.

The WMI namespace root/cimv2 is the default namespace and contains classes for computer hardware and configuration.

root/cimv2 contains the following 276 classes:

The namespace root/cimv2 contains many more classes that may serve internal purposes (link classes to define relationships, abstract classes that serve as a template for inherited classes, etc.). If you feel our documentation is missing an important class, please take the time and leave a comment at the bottom of this page.

CIM_LogicalDevice

PROPERTIES: 19

Represents a hardware entity that may or may not be realized in physical hardware. When you query this class, all hardware-related instances will be returned.

CIM_ManagedSystemElement

PROPERTIES: 5

Any distinguishable system component is derived from this class. When you query this class, you get back a wealth of specific class instances derived from this class.

CIM_VideoControllerResolution

PROPERTIES: 10

The CIM_VideoControllerResolution class represents the various video modes that a video controller can support. Video modes are defined by the possible horizontal and vertical resolutions, refresh rate, scan mode, and number of color settings supported by a controller. The actual resolutions in use are the values specified in the CIM_VideoController object. Hardware that is not compatible with Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) returns inaccurate property values for instances of this class.

Win32_1394Controller

PROPERTIES: 23

The Win32_1394Controller WMI class represents the capabilities and management of a 1394 controller. IEEE 1394 is a specification for a high-speed serial bus.

Win32_1394ControllerDevice

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_1394ControllerDevice association WMI class relates the high-speed serial bus (IEEE 1394 Firewire) Controller and the CIM_LogicalDevice instance connected to it. This serial bus provides enhanced connectivity for a wide range of devices, including consumer audio or video components, storage peripherals, other computers, and portable devices. IEEE 1394 has been adopted by the consumer electronics industry and provides a Plug and Play-compatible expansion interface.

Win32_Account

PROPERTIES: 9

The Win32_Account abstract WMI class contains information about user accounts and group accounts known to the computer system running Windows. User or group names recognized by a Windows domain are descendants (or members) of this class.

Win32_AccountSID

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_AccountSID association WMI class relates a security account instance with a security descriptor instance.

Win32_ACE

PROPERTIES: 7 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_ACE abstract WMI class specifies an access control entry (ACE). An ACE grants permission to execute a restricted operation, such as writing to a file or formatting a disk. An ACE that is specific to WMI allows logon, remote access, method execution, and writing to the WMI repository.

Win32_ActiveRoute

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ActiveRoute association WMI class relates the current IP4 route to the persisted IP route table. This class is only applicable to IP4 and does not return IPX or IP6 data. For more information, see IPv6 and IPv4 Support in WMI.

Win32_AllocatedResource

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_AllocatedResource association WMI class relates a logical device to a system resource. This class is used to discover which resources, such as IRQs or DMA channels, are in use by a specific device. This class is obsolete. In place of this class, you should use the properties in the Win32_PNPAllocatedResource class.

Win32_AssociatedProcessorMemory

PROPERTIES: 3

The Win32_AssociatedProcessorMemory association WMI class relates a processor and its cache memory.

Win32_AutochkSetting

PROPERTIES: 4 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 1

The Win32_AutochkSetting WMI class represents the settings for the autocheck operation of a disk. This check occurs automatically at boot time when data corruption may be present. You can use this class to list all drives with autocheck feature, and set the user input delay for each drive.

Win32_BaseBoard

PROPERTIES: 29

The Win32_BaseBoard WMI class represents a baseboard, which is also known as a motherboard or system board.

Win32_BaseService

PROPERTIES: 18 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 1 METHODS: 10

The Win32_BaseService abstract WMI class represents executable objects that are installed in a registry database maintained by the Service Control Manager. The executable file associated with a service can be started at boot time by a boot program or by the system. It can also be started on-demand by the Service Control Manager. Any service or process that is not owned by a specific user, and that provides an interface to some functionality supported by the computer system, is a descendant (or member) of this class. Example: The dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP) client service on a computer system running Windows Server.

Win32_Battery

PROPERTIES: 33

The Win32_Battery WMI class represents a battery connected to the computer system.

Win32_BIOS

PROPERTIES: 31

The Win32_BIOS WMI class represents the attributes of the computer system's basic input/output services (BIOS) that are installed on a computer.

Win32_BootConfiguration

PROPERTIES: 9

The Win32_BootConfiguration WMI class represents the boot configuration of a computer system running Windows.

Win32_Bus

PROPERTIES: 21

The Win32_Bus WMI class represents a physical bus as seen by a computer running a Windows operating system. Any instance of a Windows bus is a descendant (or member) of this class.

Win32_CacheMemory

PROPERTIES: 53

The Win32_CacheMemory WMI class represents internal and external cache memory on a computer system.

Win32_CDROMDrive

PROPERTIES: 18

The Win32_CDROMDrive WMI class represents a CD-ROM drive on a computer system running Windows.

Win32_CIMLogicalDeviceCIMDataFile

PROPERTIES: 4

The Win32_CIMLogicalDeviceCIMDataFile association WMI class relates logical devices and data files, indicating the driver files used by the device. This class is used to discover which device drivers a device uses.

Win32_ClassicCOMApplicationClasses

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ClassicCOMApplicationClasses association WMI class relates a COM application and a COM component grouped under it.

Win32_ClassicCOMClass

PROPERTIES: 6

The Win32_ClassicCOMClass WMI class represents the properties of a COM component.

Win32_ClassicCOMClassSettings

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ClassicCOMClassSettings association WMI class relates a Component Object Model (COM) class and the settings used to configure instances of the COM class.

Win32_ClientApplicationSetting

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ClientApplicationSetting association WMI class relates an executable file and a Component Object Model (COM) application that contains the COM configuration options for the executable file.

Win32_CodecFile

PROPERTIES: 34 METHODS: 14

The Win32_CodecFile WMI class represents the audio or video codec installed on the computer system. Codecs convert one media format type to another, typically a compressed format to an uncompressed format. The name "codec" is derived from a combination of compress and decompress. For example, a codec can convert a compressed format, such as MS-ADPCM, to an uncompressed format such as PCM, which most audio hardware can play directly.

Win32_CollectionStatistics

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_CollectionStatistics abstract association WMI class relates a managed system element collection and the class that represents statistical information about the collection.

Win32_COMApplication

PROPERTIES: 5

The Win32_COMApplication abstract WMI class represents a Component Object Model (COM) application. In this context, a COM application is a logical grouping of COM classes.

Win32_COMApplicationClasses

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_COMApplicationClasses abstract association WMI class relates a Component Object Model (COM) component and the COM application where it resides.

Win32_COMApplicationSettings

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_COMApplicationSettings association WMI class relates a DCOM application and its configuration settings.

Win32_COMClass

PROPERTIES: 5

The Win32_COMClass abstract WMI class represents the properties of a Component Object Model (COM) component.

Win32_ComClassAutoEmulator

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ComClassAutoEmulator association WMI class relates a Component Object Model (COM) class and another COM class that it automatically emulates.

Win32_ComClassEmulator

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ComClassEmulator association WMI class relates two versions of a Component Object Model (COM) class.

Win32_ComponentCategory

PROPERTIES: 6

The Win32_ComponentCategory WMI class represents a component category. Component categories are groups of Component Object Model (COM) classes with a defined functionality set shared between them. A client using these interfaces queries the registry for the category title and unique identifier called CategoryID, which is created from a globally unique identifier (GUID).

Win32_ComputerShutdownEvent

PROPERTIES: 4

The Win32_ComputerShutdownEvent is a Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) event class that represents events when a computer begins the process of shutting down. It identifies the type of shutdown, which can be a user log off, complete shutdown, or restart.

Win32_ComputerSystem

PROPERTIES: 64 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 9 METHODS: 3

The Win32_ComputerSystem WMI class represents a computer system running Windows.

Win32_ComputerSystemEvent

PROPERTIES: 3

The Win32_ComputerSystemEvent WMI class represents events related to a computer system.

Win32_ComputerSystemProcessor

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ComputerSystemProcessor association WMI class relates a computer system and a processor running on that system.

Win32_ComputerSystemProduct

PROPERTIES: 8

The Win32_ComputerSystemProduct WMI class represents a product. This includes software and hardware used on this computer system.

Win32_ComputerSystemWindowsProductActivationSetting

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ComputerSystemWindowsProductActivationSetting WMI class represents an association between instances of Win32_ComputerSystem and Win32_WindowsProductActivation.

Win32_COMSetting

PROPERTIES: 3

The Win32_COMSetting abstract WMI class represents the settings associated with a Component Object Model (COM) component or COM application.

Win32_ConnectionShare

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ConnectionShare association WMI class relates a shared resource on the computer and the connection made to the shared resource.

Win32_ControllerHasHub

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_ControllerHasHub association WMI class represents the hubs downstream from the universal serial bus (USB) controller.

Win32_CurrentProbe

PROPERTIES: 35

The Win32_CurrentProbe WMI class represents the properties of a current monitoring sensor (ammeter).

Win32_CurrentTime

PROPERTIES: 10

The Win32_CurrentTime abstract is a singleton WMI class that describes a point in time by using the component items, such as milliseconds, seconds, minutes, hours, days, days of the week, week in the month, months, quarters, and years. The following two important classes are derived from this class. Win32_LocalTime allows you to monitor time in local reference and Win32_UTCTime allows you to monitor time in coordinated universal time (UTC) reference.

Win32_DCOMApplication

PROPERTIES: 6

The Win32_DCOMApplication WMI class represents the properties of a DCOM application.

Win32_DCOMApplicationAccessAllowedSetting

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_DCOMApplicationAccessAllowedSetting association WMI class relates the Win32_DCOMApplication instance and the user SIDs that can access it.

Win32_DCOMApplicationLaunchAllowedSetting

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_DCOMApplicationLaunchAllowedSetting association WMI class relates the Win32_DCOMApplication instance and the user SIDs that can launch it.

Win32_DCOMApplicationSetting

PROPERTIES: 12 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 3 METHODS: 6

The Win32_DCOMApplicationSetting WMI class represents the settings of a DCOM application. It contains DCOM configuration options associated with the AppID key in the registry. These options are valid on the components logically grouped under the given application class.

Win32_DependentService

PROPERTIES: 3

The Win32_DependentService association WMI class relates two interdependent base services.

Win32_Desktop

PROPERTIES: 21

The Win32_DesktopWMI class represents the common characteristics of a user's desktop. The properties of this class can be modified by the user to customize the desktop.

Win32_DesktopMonitor

PROPERTIES: 28

The Win32_DesktopMonitor WMI class represents the type of monitor or display device attached to the computer system. Hardware that is not compatible with Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) returns inaccurate property values for instances of this class.

Win32_DeviceBus

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_DeviceBus association WMI class relates a system bus and a logical device using the bus. This class is used to discover which devices are on which bus.

Win32_DeviceChangeEvent

PROPERTIES: 3

The Win32_DeviceChangeEvent abstract WMI class represents device change events that result from the addition, removal, or modification of devices on the computer system. This includes changes in the hardware configuration (docking and undocking), the hardware state, or newly mapped devices (mapping of a network drive). For example, a device has changed when a WM_DEVICECHANGE message is sent.

Win32_DeviceMemoryAddress

PROPERTIES: 11

The Win32_DeviceMemoryAddress WMI class represents a device memory address on a computer system running Windows.

Win32_DeviceSettings

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_DeviceSettings abstract, association WMI class relates a logical device and a setting that can be applied to it.

Win32_DFSNode

PROPERTIES: 8 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 2 METHODS: 1

The Win32_DFSNode WMI class represents a root or junction node of a domain-based or stand-alone Distributed file system (DFS). The DFS root is also represented by this class because the root is also a node. Each link has one or more targets or actual share paths for the storage defined by the Win32_DFSTarget class.

Win32_DFSNodeTarget

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_DFSNodeTarget association WMI class relates a Distributed file system (DFS) node to one of its targets.

Win32_DFSTarget

PROPERTIES: 9

The Win32_DFSTarget WMI class represents a target of a Distributed file system (DFS) node.

Win32_Directory

PROPERTIES: 31 METHODS: 14

The Win32_Directory WMI class represents a directory entry on a computer system running Windows. A directory is a type of file that logically groups data files and provides path information for the grouped files. Example: C:\TEMP. Win32_Directory does not include directories of network drives.

Win32_DirectorySpecification

PROPERTIES: 13

The Win32_DirectorySpecification class represents the directory layout for the product. Each instance of the class represents a directory in both the source image and the destination image. Directory resolution is performed as follows:

Win32_DiskDrive

PROPERTIES: 51

The Win32_DiskDrive WMI class represents a physical disk drive as seen by a computer running the Windows operating system.

Win32_DiskDriveToDiskPartition

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_DiskDriveToDiskPartition association WMI class relates a disk drive and a partition existing on it.

Win32_DiskPartition

PROPERTIES: 40 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 1 METHODS: 2

The Win32_DiskPartition WMI class represents the capabilities and management capacity of a partitioned area of a physical disk on a computer system running Windows. Example: Disk #0, Partition #1.

Win32_DiskQuota

PROPERTIES: 6 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_DiskQuota association WMI class tracks disk space usage for NTFS file system volumes. A system administrator (SA) can configure Windows to prevent further disk space use, and log an event when a user exceeds a specified disk space limit. An SA can also log an event when a user exceeds a specified disk space warning level. This class is new in Windows XP.

Win32_DisplayControllerConfiguration

PROPERTIES: 14

The Win32_DisplayControllerConfiguration WMI class represents the video adapter configuration information of a computer system running Windows. This class is obsolete. In place of this class, you should use the properties in the Win32_VideoController, Win32_DesktopMonitor, and CIM_VideoControllerResolution classes.

Win32_DMAChannel

PROPERTIES: 19

The Win32_DMAChannel WMI class represents a direct memory access (DMA) channel on a computer system running Windows. DMA is a method of moving data from a device to memory (or vice versa) without the help of the microprocessor. The system board uses a DMA controller to handle a fixed number of channels, each of which can be used by one (and only one) device at a time.

Win32_DriverForDevice

PROPERTIES: 2 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 1

The Win32_DriverForDevice association WMI class relates a printer instance to a printer driver instance.

Win32_Environment

PROPERTIES: 8 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 2

Represents an environment or system environment setting on a Windows computer system. Querying this class returns environment variables defined on machine and user scope.

Win32_Fan

PROPERTIES: 22

The Win32_Fan WMI class represents the properties of a fan device in the computer system. For example, the CPU cooling fan.

Win32_FloppyController

PROPERTIES: 23

[Win32_FloppyController is no longer available for use as of Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016.] The Win32_FloppyController WMI class represents the capabilities and management capacity of a floppy disk drive controller.

Win32_FloppyDrive

PROPERTIES: 30

[Win32_FloppyDrive is no longer available for use as of Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016.] The Win32_FloppyDrive WMI class manages the functions of a floppy disk drive.

Win32_Group

PROPERTIES: 9 METHODS: 1

The Win32_Group WMI class represents data about a group account. A group account allows access privileges to be changed for a list of users. Example: Marketing2.

Win32_GroupInDomain

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_GroupInDomain association WMI class identifies the group accounts associated with a Windows domain.

Win32_GroupUser

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_GroupUser association WMI class relates a group and an account that is a member of that group.

Win32_HeatPipe

PROPERTIES: 20

The Win32_HeatPipe WMI class represents the properties of a heat pipe cooling device.

Win32_IDEController

PROPERTIES: 23

The Win32_IDEController WMI class manages the capabilities of an integrated device electronics (IDE) controller device.

Win32_IDEControllerDevice

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_IDEControllerDevice association WMI class relates an Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE) controller and the logical device connected to, for example, a disk drive.

Win32_ImplementedCategory

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ImplementedCategory association WMI class relates a component category and the Component Object Model (COM) class using its interfaces.

Win32_InfraredDevice

PROPERTIES: 23

The Win32_InfraredDevice WMI class represents the capabilities and management of an infrared device.

Win32_IP4PersistedRouteTable

PROPERTIES: 9 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 4

The Win32_IP4PersistedRouteTable WMI class represents persisted IP routes. By default, the routes added to the routing table are not permanent. Rebooting the computer clears the routes from the table. However, the following command makes the route persist after the computer is restarted: route -p add. Persistent entries are automatically inserted again in the route table each time the route table is rebuilt. The operating system stores persistent routes in the registry. An entry can be removed through the method call SWbemServices.Delete for scripting or IWbemServices::DeleteInstance for C++ programming. This class is only applicable to IPv4 and does not return IPX or IPv6 data. For more information, see IPv6 and IPv4 Support in WMI.

Win32_IP4RouteTable

PROPERTIES: 18 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 10

The Win32_IP4RouteTable WMI class represents information that governs the routing of network data packets. For example, Internet packets are usually sent to a gateway and local packets are routed directly by the client computer. Administrators can use this information to trace problems associated with misrouted packets, and also direct a computer to a new gateway as necessary. This class only represents the information shown as a result of typing the route print command from the command prompt. This class is only applicable to IPv4 and does not return IPX or IPv6 data. For more information, see IPv6 and IPv4 Support in WMI.

Win32_IP4RouteTableEvent

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_IP4RouteTableEvent WMI class represents IP route change events resulting from the addition, removal, or modification of IP routes on the computer system. This class is only applicable to IP4 and does not return IPX or IP6 data. For more information, see IPv6 and IPv4 Support in WMI.

Win32_IRQResource

PROPERTIES: 15

The Win32_IRQResource WMI class represents an interrupt request line (IRQ) number on a computer system running Windows. An interrupt request is a signal sent to the CPU by a device or program for time critical events. IRQ can be hardware-based or software-based.

Win32_Keyboard

PROPERTIES: 23

The Win32_Keyboard WMI class represents a keyboard installed on a computer system running Windows.

Win32_LoadOrderGroup

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_LoadOrderGroup WMI class represents a group of system services that define execution dependencies. The services must be initiated in the order specified by the Load Order Group, as the services are dependent on each other. These dependent services require the presence of the antecedent services to function correctly. The data in this class is derived by the provider from the registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\ServiceGroupOrder.

Win32_LoadOrderGroupServiceDependencies

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_LoadOrderGroupServiceDependencies association WMI class relates a base service and a load order group that the service depends on to start running.

Win32_LoadOrderGroupServiceMembers

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_LoadOrderGroupServiceMembers association WMI class relates a load order group and a base service.

Win32_LocalTime

PROPERTIES: 10

The Win32_LocalTime WMI class describes a point in time returned as Win32_LocalTime objects that result from a query. These are returned as the value for the TargetInstance property in the __InstanceModificationEvent system class. The Hour property is returned as the local time on a 24-hour clock.

Win32_LogicalDisk

PROPERTIES: 40 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 1 METHODS: 3

The Win32_LogicalDisk WMI class represents a data source that resolves to an actual local storage device on a computer system running Windows.

Win32_LogicalDiskRootDirectory

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_LogicalDiskRootDirectory association WMI class relates a logical disk and its directory structure.

Win32_LogicalDiskToPartition

PROPERTIES: 4

The Win32_LogicalDiskToPartition association WMI class relates a logical disk drive and the disk partition it resides on.

Win32_LogicalFileAccess

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_LogicalFileAccess association WMI class relates the security settings of a file or directory and one member of its discretionary access control list (DACL). You cannot enumerate this class.

Win32_LogicalFileAuditing

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_LogicalFileAuditing association WMI class relates the security settings of a file or directory and one member of its system access control list (SACL). You cannot enumerate this class.

Win32_LogicalFileGroup

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_LogicalFileGroup association WMI class relates the security settings of a file or directory and its group. You cannot enumerate this class.

Win32_LogicalFileOwner

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_LogicalFileOwner association WMI class relates the security settings of a file or directory and its owner. You cannot enumerate this class.

Win32_LogicalFileSecuritySetting

PROPERTIES: 6 METHODS: 2

The Win32_LogicalFileSecuritySetting WMI class represents security settings for a logical file. You cannot enumerate instances of this class.

Win32_LogicalProgramGroup

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_LogicalProgramGroup WMI class represents a program group in a computer system running Windows. For example, Accessories or Startup.

Win32_LogicalProgramGroupDirectory

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_LogicalProgramGroupDirectory association WMI class relates logical program groups (groupings in the Start menu) and the file directories in which they are stored.

Win32_LogicalProgramGroupItem

PROPERTIES: 5

The Win32_LogicalProgramGroupItem WMI class represents an element contained by a Win32_LogicalProgramGroup that is not also another Win32_LogicalProgramGroup instance.

Win32_LogicalProgramGroupItemDataFile

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_LogicalProgramGroupItemDataFile association WMI class relates the program group items of the Start menu and the files in which they are stored.

Win32_LogicalShareAccess

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_LogicalShareAccess association WMI class relates the security settings of a share and one member of its discretionary access control list (DACL).

Win32_LogicalShareAuditing

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_LogicalShareAuditing association WMI class relates the security settings of a share and one member of its system access control list (SACL).

Win32_LogicalShareSecuritySetting

PROPERTIES: 5 METHODS: 2

The Win32_LogicalShareSecuritySetting WMI class represents security settings for a logical file.

Win32_LogonSession

PROPERTIES: 9

The Win32_LogonSession WMI class (see Retrieving a WMI class) describes the logon session or sessions associated with a user logged on to a computer system running Windows.

Win32_LogonSessionMappedDisk

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_LogonSessionMappedDisk class represents an association between a logon session and the mapped logical disks defined within the session.

Win32_LUID

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_LUID abstract WMI class represents a locally unique identifier (LUID), an identifier unique on the local computer that is used in security tokens.

Win32_LUIDandAttributes

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_LUIDandAttribute abstract WMI class represents a locally unique identifier (LUID) and its attributes. Each LUID and attributes structure defines the availability of a security privilege.

Win32_MappedLogicalDisk

PROPERTIES: 38 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 1

The Win32_MappedLogicalDisk WMI class represents network storage devices that are mapped as logical disks on the computer system.

Win32_MemoryArray

PROPERTIES: 39

The Win32_MemoryArray WMI class represents the properties of the computer system memory array and mapped addresses.

Win32_MemoryArrayLocation

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_MemoryArrayLocation association WMI class relates a logical memory array and the physical memory array on which it exists.

Win32_MemoryDevice

PROPERTIES: 39

The Win32_MemoryDevice WMI class represents the properties of a computer system memory device and its associated mapped addresses.

Win32_MemoryDeviceArray

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_MemoryDeviceArray association WMI class relates a memory device and the memory array in which it resides.

Win32_MemoryDeviceLocation

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_MemoryDeviceLocation association WMI class relates a memory device and the physical memory on which it exists.

Win32_ModuleLoadTrace

PROPERTIES: 9

The Win32_ModuleLoadTrace event WMI class indicates that a process has loaded a new module.

Win32_ModuleTrace

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ModuleTrace event WMI class is the base event for module events.

Win32_MotherboardDevice

PROPERTIES: 22

The Win32_MotherboardDevice WMI class represents a device that contains the central components of the Windows computer system.

Win32_NamedJobObject

PROPERTIES: 4

The Win32_NamedJobObject WMI class represents a kernel object that is used to group processes for controlling the life cycle and resources of the processes within the job object. Only the job objects that are named are instrumented.

Win32_NamedJobObjectActgInfo

PROPERTIES: 19

The Win32_NamedJobObjectActgInfo WMI class class represents the I/O accounting information for a job object.

Win32_NamedJobObjectLimit

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_NamedJobObjectLimit association WMI class class represents an association between a job object and the job object limit settings.

Win32_NamedJobObjectLimitSetting

PROPERTIES: 14

The Win32_NamedJobObjectLimitSetting WMI class represents the limit settings for a job object.

Win32_NamedJobObjectProcess

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_NamedJobObjectProcess association WMI class relates a job object and the process contained in the job object. A job can contain multiple processes.

Win32_NamedJobObjectSecLimit

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_NamedJobObjectSecLimit association WMI class relates a job object and the job object security limit settings.

Win32_NamedJobObjectSecLimitSetting

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_NamedJobObjectSecLimitSetting WMI class represents the security limit settings for a job object.

Win32_NamedJobObjectStatistics

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_NamedJobObjectStatistics association WMI class relates a job object and the job object I/O accounting information class.

Win32_NetworkAdapter

PROPERTIES: 40 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 1 METHODS: 2

The Win32_NetworkAdapter class is deprecated. Use the MSFT_NetAdapter class instead. The Win32_NetworkAdapterWMI class represents a network adapter of a computer running a Windows operating system. Win32_NetworkAdapter only supplies IPv4 data. For more information, see IPv6 and IPv4 Support in WMI.

Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration

PROPERTIES: 61 METHODS: 41

The Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration WMI classrepresents the attributes and behaviors of a network adapter. This class includes extra properties and methods that support the management of the TCP/IP protocol that are independent from the network adapter.

Win32_NetworkAdapterSetting

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_NetworkAdapterSetting association WMI class relates a network adapter and its configuration settings.

Win32_NetworkClient

PROPERTIES: 6

The Win32_NetworkClient WMI class represents a network client on a Windows system. Any computer system on the network with a client relationship to the system is a descendant (or member) of this class.

Win32_NetworkConnection

PROPERTIES: 17

The Win32_NetworkConnection WMI classrepresents an active network connection in a Windows-based environment.

Win32_NetworkLoginProfile

PROPERTIES: 9

The Win32_NetworkLoginProfile WMI class represents the network login information of a specific user on a computer system running Windows. This includes, but is not limited to password status, access privileges, disk quotas, and logon directory paths.

Win32_NetworkProtocol

PROPERTIES: 23

The Win32_NetworkProtocol WMI class represents a protocol and its network characteristics on a Win32 computer system.

Win32_NTDomain

PROPERTIES: 27 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 1

The Win32_NTDomain WMI class represents a Windows domain.

Win32_NTEventlogFile

PROPERTIES: 39 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 2 METHODS: 16

The Win32_NTEventlogFile WMI classrepresents a logical file or directory of operating system events. The file is also known as the event log.

Win32_NTLogEvent

PROPERTIES: 16

The Win32_NTLogEvent WMI class is used to translate instances from the Windows event log. An application must have SeSecurityPrivilege to receive events from the security event log, otherwise "Access Denied" is returned to the application.

Win32_NTLogEventComputer

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_NTLogEventComputer association WMI class relates a computer and an event.

Win32_NTLogEventLog

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_NTLogEventLog association WMI class relates a Windows event with a Windows event log file.

Win32_NTLogEventUser

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_NTLogEventUser association WMI class relates a Windows event with the currently logged-on user.

Win32_OnBoardDevice

PROPERTIES: 20

The Win32_OnBoardDevice WMI class represents common adapter devices built into the motherboard (system board).

Win32_OperatingSystem

PROPERTIES: 66 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 4 METHODS: 5

The Win32_OperatingSystem WMI class represents a Windows-based operating system installed on a computer.

Win32_OperatingSystemAutochkSetting

PROPERTIES: 2

This class represents the association between an operating system and the autochk settings that apply to the disks on the machine.Note that the setting is associated to operating system rather than computer system since there can be one or more operating systems installed on the machine, each with its own autochk settings.

Win32_OperatingSystemQFE

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_OperatingSystemQFE association WMI class relates an operating system and the product updates applied as represented in Win32_QuickFixEngineering.

Win32_OSRecoveryConfiguration

PROPERTIES: 15 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 11

The Win32_OSRecoveryConfiguration WMI class represents the types of information that will be gathered from memory when the operating system fails. This includes boot failures and system crashes.

Win32_PageFile

PROPERTIES: 36 METHODS: 14

The Win32_PageFile WMI class represents the file used for handling virtual memory file swapping on a Win32 system. This class has been deprecated.

Win32_PageFileElementSetting

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_PageFileElementSetting association WMI class relates the initial settings of a page file and the state of those settings during normal use.

Win32_PageFileSetting

PROPERTIES: 6 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 3

The Win32_PageFileSetting WMI class represents the settings of a page file. Information contained within objects instantiated from this class specify the page file parameters used when the file is created at system startup. The properties in this class can be modified and deferred until startup. These settings are different from the run-time state of a page file expressed through the associated class Win32_PageFileUsage. To create an instance of this class, enable the SeCreatePagefilePrivilege privilege. For more information, see Privilege Constants and Executing Privileged Operations.

Win32_PageFileUsage

PROPERTIES: 9

The Win32_PageFileUsage WMI class represents the file used for handling virtual memory file swapping on a Win32 system. Information contained within objects instantiated from this class specify the run-time state of the page file.

Win32_ParallelPort

PROPERTIES: 26

The Win32_ParallelPort WMI class represents the properties of a parallel port on a computer system running Windows.

Win32_PCMCIAController

PROPERTIES: 23

The Win32_PCMCIAController WMI class manages the capabilities of a Personal Computer Memory Card Interface Adapter (PCMCIA of a PC Card) controller device.

Win32_PhysicalMedia

PROPERTIES: 23

The Win32_PhysicalMedia class represents any type of documentation or storage medium, such as tapes, CD ROMs, and so on. To obtain the characteristics of the media in a CD drive, such as whether it is writeable, use Win32_CDROMDrive and the Capabilities property.

Win32_PhysicalMemory

PROPERTIES: 36

The Win32_PhysicalMemory WMI class represents a physical memory device located on a computer system and available to the operating system.

Win32_PhysicalMemoryArray

PROPERTIES: 28

The Win32_PhysicalMemoryArray® WMI class represents details about the computer system physical memory. This includes the number of memory devices, memory capacity available, and memory type—for example, system or video memory.

Win32_PhysicalMemoryLocation

PROPERTIES: 3

The Win32_PhysicalMemoryLocation association WMI class relates an array of physical memory and its physical memory.

Win32_PingStatus

PROPERTIES: 24

The Win32_PingStatus WMI class represents the values returned by the standard ping command. More information about ping can be found in ccccccccccRFC 791.

Win32_PNPAllocatedResource

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_PnPAllocatedResource association WMI class represents an association between logical devices and system resources. This class is used to discover the resources that are in-use by a specific device, such as an Interrupt ReQuest (IRQ) or a Direct Memory Access (DMA) channel.

Win32_PNPDevice

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_PnPDevice association WMI class relates a device (known to Configuration Manager as a PNPEntity) and the function it performs. Its function is represented by a subclass of the logical device that describes its use. For example, a Win32_Keyboard or Win32_DiskDrive instance. Both referenced objects represent the same underlying system device; changes to resource allocation on the PNPEntity side will effect the associated device.

Win32_PNPEntity

PROPERTIES: 26 METHODS: 3

The Win32_PnPEntity WMI class represents the properties of a Plug and Play device. Plug and Play entities are shown as entries in the Device Manager located in Control Panel.

Win32_PointingDevice

PROPERTIES: 33

The Win32_PointingDevice WMI class represents an input device used to point to and select regions on the display of a computer system running Windows. Any device used to manipulate a pointer, or point to the display on a computer system running Windows is a member of this class.

Win32_PortableBattery

PROPERTIES: 37

The Win32_PortableBattery WMI class contains the properties related to a portable battery, such as a notebook computer battery.

Win32_PortConnector

PROPERTIES: 20

The Win32_PortConnector WMI class represents physical connection ports, such as DB-25 pin male, Centronics, or PS/2.

Win32_PortResource

PROPERTIES: 11

The Win32_PortResource WMI class represents an I/O port on a computer system running Windows.

Win32_POTSModem

PROPERTIES: 80

The Win32_POTSModem WMI class represents the services and characteristics of a Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) modem on a computer system running Windows.

Win32_POTSModemToSerialPort

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_POTSModemToSerialPort association WMI class relates a modem to the serial port the modem uses.

Win32_PowerManagementEvent

PROPERTIES: 4

The Win32_PowerManagementEvent WMI class represents power management events resulting from power state changes. These state changes are associated with either the Advanced Power Management (APM) or the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) system management protocols.

Win32_Printer

PROPERTIES: 86 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 27 METHODS: 9

The Win32_Printer WMI class represents a device connected to a computer running on a Microsoft Windows operating system that can produce a printed image or text on paper or other medium.

Win32_PrinterConfiguration

PROPERTIES: 33

The Win32_PrinterConfiguration WMI class represents the configuration for a printer device. This includes capabilities such as resolution, color, fonts, and orientation.

Win32_PrinterController

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_PrinterController association WMI class relates a printer and the local device to which the printer is connected. Note that this class only returns instances for local printers.

Win32_PrinterDriver

PROPERTIES: 22 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 4 METHODS: 3

The Win32_PrinterDriver WMI class represents the drivers for a Win32_Printer instance.

Win32_PrinterDriverDll

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_PrinterDriverDll association WMI class relates a local printer and its driver file.

Win32_PrinterSetting

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_PrinterSetting association WMI class relates a printer and its configuration settings.

Win32_PrinterShare

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_PrinterShare association WMI class relates a local printer and the share that represents it as it is viewed over a network.

Win32_PrintJob

PROPERTIES: 28 METHODS: 2

The Win32_PrintJob WMI class represents a print job generated by a Windows application. Any unit of work generated by the print command of an application that is running on a computer running on a Windows operating system is a descendant or member of this class.

Win32_PrivilegesStatus

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_PrivilegesStatus WMI class reports information about privileges required to complete an operation. It may be returned when an operation failed or when a partially populated instance has been returned.

Win32_Process

PROPERTIES: 45 METHODS: 7

The Win32_Process WMI class represents a process on an operating system.

Win32_Processor

PROPERTIES: 57

The Win32_Processor WMI class represents a device that can interpret a sequence of instructions on a computer running on a Windows operating system.

Win32_ProcessStartTrace

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_ProcessStartTrace event WMI classindicates that a new process has started.

Win32_ProcessStartup

PROPERTIES: 14 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 14

The Win32_ProcessStartup abstract WMI class represents the startup configuration of a Windows-based process. The class is defined as a method type definition, which means that it is only used for passing information to the Create method of the Win32_Process class.

Win32_ProcessStopTrace

PROPERTIES: 8

The Win32_ProcessStopTrace event WMI class indicates that a process is terminated.

Win32_ProcessTrace

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_ProcessTrace event WMI class is the base event for process events.

Win32_ProgramGroupContents

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ProgramGroupContents association WMI class relates a program group order and an individual program group or item contained in it.

Win32_ProgramGroupOrItem

PROPERTIES: 5

The Win32_ProgramGroupOrItem abstract WMI class represents a logical grouping of programs on the user's Start\Programs menu. It contains program groups and program group items.

Win32_ProtocolBinding

PROPERTIES: 3

The Win32_ProtocolBinding association WMI class relates a system-level driver, network protocol, and network adapter.

Win32_Proxy

PROPERTIES: 6 METHODS: 1

The Win32_Proxy WMI class contains properties and methods to query and configure an Internet connection related to Windows Product Activation (WPA).

Win32_QuickFixEngineering

PROPERTIES: 11

The Win32_QuickFixEngineering WMI class represents a small system-wide update, commonly referred to as a quick-fix engineering (QFE) update, applied to the current operating system. This class returns only the updates supplied by Component Based Servicing (CBS). These updates are not listed in the registry. Updates supplied by Microsoft Windows Installer (MSI) or the Windows update site (https://update.microsoft.com) are not returned by Win32_QuickFixEngineering.

Win32_QuotaSetting

PROPERTIES: 9 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_QuotaSetting WMI class contains setting information for disk quotas on a volume.

Win32_Refrigeration

PROPERTIES: 20

The Win32_Refrigeration WMI class represents the properties of a refrigeration device.

Win32_Registry

PROPERTIES: 8 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 1

The Win32_Registry WMI class represents the system registry on a computer system running Windows.

Win32_ScheduledJob

PROPERTIES: 19 METHODS: 2

The Win32_ScheduledJob WMI class represents a job created with the AT command. ®

Win32_SCSIController

PROPERTIES: 31

The Win32_SCSIController WMI class represents a SCSI controller on a computer system running Windows.

Win32_SCSIControllerDevice

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_SCSIControllerDevice association WMI class relates a small computer system interface (SCSI) controller and the logical device (disk drive) connected to it.

Win32_SecurityDescriptor

PROPERTIES: 6 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 4

The Win32_SecurityDescriptor abstract WMI class represents a SECURITY_DESCRIPTOR structure. A security descriptor contains the security information for a securable object. The Owner and Group properties identify the owner and primary group for the object. It can also contain a <em>discretionary access control list (DACL)</em> that controls access to the object and a <em>system access control list (SACL)</em> that controls the logging of attempts to access the object.

Win32_SecuritySetting

PROPERTIES: 4 METHODS: 2

The Win32_SecuritySetting abstract WMI class represents security settings for a managed element.

Win32_SecuritySettingAccess

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_SecuritySettingAccess abstract association WMI class specifies the rights granted and denied to a trustee for a given object. This class is modeled after EXPLICIT_ACCESS.

Win32_SecuritySettingAuditing

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_SecuritySettingAuditing abstract, association WMI class specifies the auditing for a given trustee on a given object. This class is modeled after EXPLICIT_ACCESS.

Win32_SecuritySettingGroup

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SecuritySettingGroup abstract, association WMI class relates the security of an object and its group.

Win32_SecuritySettingOfLogicalFile

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SecuritySettingOfLogicalFile association WMI class represents security settings of a file or directory object.

Win32_SecuritySettingOfLogicalShare

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SecuritySettingOfLogicalShare association WMI class relates the security settings of a share object with the object.

Win32_SecuritySettingOfObject

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SecuritySettingOfObject abstract association WMI class relates an object to its security settings.

Win32_SecuritySettingOwner

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SecuritySettingOwner abstract association WMI class relates the security settings of an object and its owner.

Win32_SerialPort

PROPERTIES: 47

The Win32_SerialPort WMI class represents a serial port on a computer system running Windows.

Win32_SerialPortConfiguration

PROPERTIES: 29

The Win32_SerialPortConfiguration WMI class represents the settings for data transmission on a Windows-based serial port. This includes configurations for establishing a connection and error checking.

Win32_SerialPortSetting

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SerialPortSetting association WMI class relates a serial port and its configuration settings.

Win32_ServerConnection

PROPERTIES: 12

The Win32_ServerConnection WMI class represents the connections made from a remote computer to a shared resource on the local computer.

Win32_ServerSession

PROPERTIES: 13

The Win32_ServerSession WMI class represents the sessions that have been established with the local computer by users on a remote computer.

Win32_Service

PROPERTIES: 10 METHODS: 12

The Win32_Service WMI class represents a service on a computer system running Windows.

Win32_SessionConnection

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SessionConnection association WMI class represents an association between a session established with the local server, by a user on a remote computer, and the connections that depend on the session.

Win32_SessionProcess

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SessionProcess association WMI class represents an association between a logon session and the processes associated with that session.

Win32_ShadowBy

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ShadowBy class associates a shadow copy and the provider that creates the shadow copy.

Win32_ShadowContext

PROPERTIES: 13

The Win32_ShadowContext class specifies how a shadow copy is to be created, queried, or deleted, and the degree of writer involvement.

Win32_ShadowCopy

PROPERTIES: 27 METHODS: 1

The Win32_ShadowCopy class is a storage extent that represents a duplicate copy of the original volume at a previous time.

Win32_ShadowDiffVolumeSupport

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ShadowDiffVolumeSupport class associates a shadow copy provider and a volume supported for the differential storage area.

Win32_ShadowFor

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ShadowFor class associates a shadow copy and the volume for which the shadow copy is created.

Win32_ShadowOn

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ShadowOn class associates a shadow copy and the volume on which the differential data is written.

Win32_ShadowProvider

PROPERTIES: 6

Typically, the Win32_ShadowProvider class represents a component that is a combination of user-mode and kernel or firmware implementation, that creates and represents volume shadow copies.

Win32_ShadowStorage

PROPERTIES: 5 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 1 METHODS: 1

The Win32_ShadowStorage class represents the association between a volume for which a shadow copy is made, and a volume to which differential data is written.

Win32_ShadowVolumeSupport

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ShadowVolumeSupport class associates a shadow copy provider with a supported volume.

Win32_Share

PROPERTIES: 10 METHODS: 4

The Win32_Share class represents a shared resource on a computer system running Windows. This may be a disk drive, printer, interprocess communication, or other sharable device. For more information about retrieving WMI classes, see Retrieving a Class.

Win32_ShareToDirectory

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_ShareToDirectory association WMI class relates a shared resource on the computer system and the directory to which it is mapped.

Win32_ShortcutFile

PROPERTIES: 34 METHODS: 14

The Win32_ShortcutFile WMI class represents files that are shortcuts to other files, directories, and commands.

Win32_SID

PROPERTIES: 5

The Win32_SID WMI class represents an arbitrary security identifier (SID). This property cannot be enumerated.

Win32_SIDandAttributes

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SIDandAttributes abstract WMI class represents a security identifier (SID) and its attributes.

Win32_SMBIOSMemory

PROPERTIES: 38

The Win32_SMBIOSMemory abstract WMI class represents the properties of a computer system memory as seen through the system management BIOS (SMBIOS) interface. The SMBIOS interface does not distinguish between nonvolatile, volatile, and flash memories. The CIM_Memory class is the parent class of all types of memory.

Win32_SoundDevice

PROPERTIES: 23

The Win32_SoundDevice WMI class represents the properties of a sound device on a computer system running Windows.

Win32_StartupCommand

PROPERTIES: 8

The Win32_StartupCommand WMI class represents a command that runs automatically when a user logs onto the computer system.

Win32_SubDirectory

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SubDirectory association WMI class relates a directory (folder) and one of its subdirectories (subfolders).

Win32_SystemAccount

PROPERTIES: 9

The Win32_SystemAccount WMI class represents a system account. The system account is used by the operating system and services. There are many services and processes within Windows that need the capability to logon internally, for example, during a Windows installation. The system account was designed for that purpose. The system account is an internal account that does not show up in User Manager, cannot be added to any groups, and cannot have user rights assigned to it. However, the system account does show up on an NTFS file system volume in file manager, which is located in the Permissions section of the Security menu. By default, the system account is granted full control to all files on an NTFS file system volume, which means that the system account has the same functional privileges as the administrator account.

Win32_SystemBIOS

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemBIOS association WMI class relates a computer system (including data such as startup properties, time zones, boot configurations, or administrative passwords), and a system BIOS (services, languages, and system management properties).

Win32_SystemBootConfiguration

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemBootConfiguration association WMI class relates a computer system and its boot configuration.

Win32_SystemConfigurationChangeEvent

PROPERTIES: 3

The Win32_SystemConfigurationChangeEvent WMI class indicates that the device list on the system has been refreshed (a device has been added or removed, or the configuration changed). An event is fired and an instance of this is class created when the "DevMgrRefreshOn<<em>ComputerName</em>>" message is sent. The exact change to the device list is not contained in the message, so a device refresh is required to obtain the current system settings. Examples of configuration changes affected are IRQ settings, COM ports, and BIOS versions.

Win32_SystemDesktop

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemDesktop association WMI class relates a computer system and its desktop configuration.

Win32_SystemDevices

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemDevices association WMI class relates a computer system and a logical device installed on that system.

Win32_SystemDriver

PROPERTIES: 22 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 1 METHODS: 10

The Win32_SystemDriver WMI class represents the system driver for a base service.

Win32_SystemDriverPNPEntity

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemDriverPNPEntity association WMI class relates a Plug and Play device on the computer system running Windows and the driver that supports the Plug and Play device.

Win32_SystemEnclosure

PROPERTIES: 37

The Win32_SystemEnclosure WMI class represents the properties that are associated with a physical system enclosure.

Win32_SystemLoadOrderGroups

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemLoadOrderGroups association WMI class relates a computer system and a load order group.

Win32_SystemMemoryResource

PROPERTIES: 10

The Win32_SystemMemoryResource abstract WMI class represents a system memory resource on a computer system running Windows.

Win32_SystemNetworkConnections

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemNetworkConnections association WMI class relates a network connection and the computer system on which it resides.

Win32_SystemOperatingSystem

PROPERTIES: 3

The Win32_SystemOperatingSystem association WMI class relates a computer system and its operating system.

Win32_SystemPartitions

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemPartitions association WMI class relates a computer system and a disk partition on that system.

Win32_SystemProcesses

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemProcesses association WMI class relates a computer system and a process running on that system.

Win32_SystemProgramGroups

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemProgramGroups association WMI class relates a computer system and a logical program group.

Win32_SystemResources

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemResources association WMI class relates a system resource and the computer system it resides on.

Win32_SystemServices

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemServices association WMI class relates a computer system and a service program that exists on the system.

Win32_SystemSetting

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemSetting abstract association WMI class relates a computer system and a general setting on that system.

Win32_SystemSlot

PROPERTIES: 35

The Win32_SystemSlot WMI class represents physical connection points including ports, motherboard slots and peripherals, and proprietary connection points.

Win32_SystemSystemDriver

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemSystemDriver association WMI class relates a computer system and a system driver running on that computer system.

Win32_SystemTimeZone

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemTimeZone association WMI class relates a computer system and a time zone.

Win32_SystemTrace

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemTrace event WMI class is the base class for all system trace events. System trace events are fired by the kernel logger, using the Event Tracing application programming interface (API).

Win32_SystemUsers

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_SystemUsers association WMI class relates a computer system and a user account on that system.

Win32_TapeDrive

PROPERTIES: 40

The Win32_TapeDrive WMI class represents a tape drive on a computer system running Windows. Tape drives are primarily distinguished by the fact that they can only be accessed sequentially.

Win32_TCPIPPrinterPort

PROPERTIES: 17

The Win32_TCPIPPrinterPort WMI class represents a TCP/IP service access point.

Win32_TemperatureProbe

PROPERTIES: 35

The Win32_TemperatureProbe WMI class represents the properties of a temperature sensor (electronic thermometer). Most of the information that the Win32_TemperatureProbe WMI class provides comes from SMBIOS. Real-time readings for the CurrentReading property cannot be extracted from SMBIOS tables. For this reason, current implementations of WMI do not populate the CurrentReading property. The CurrentReading property's presence is reserved for future use.

Win32_Thread

PROPERTIES: 22

The Win32_Thread WMI class represents a thread of execution. While a process must have one thread of execution, the process can create other threads to execute tasks in parallel. Threads share the process environment, thus multiple threads under the same process use less memory than the same number of processes.

Win32_ThreadStartTrace

PROPERTIES: 11

The Win32_ThreadStartTrace event WMI class indicates that a new thread has started.

Win32_ThreadStopTrace

PROPERTIES: 4

The Win32_ThreadStopTrace event WMI class indicates that a thread has terminated.

Win32_ThreadTrace

PROPERTIES: 4

The Win32_ThreadTrace event WMI class is the base event class for thread events.

Win32_TimeZone

PROPERTIES: 5

The Win32_TimeZone WMI class represents the time zone information for a computer system running Windows, which includes the changes required for transitioning to daylight saving time transition.

Win32_TokenGroups

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_TokenGroups abstract WMI class represents information about the group security identifiers (SIDs) in an access token.

Win32_TokenPrivileges

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_TokenPrivileges abstract WMI class represents information about a set of privileges for an access token.

Win32_Trustee

PROPERTIES: 6 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 5

The Win32_Trustee abstract WMI class specifies a trustee that can be a name or a security identifier (SID) byte array.

Win32_USBController

PROPERTIES: 23

The Win32_USBController WMI class manages the capabilities of a universal serial bus (USB) controller.

Win32_USBControllerDevice

PROPERTIES: 7

The Win32_USBControllerDevice association WMI class relates a universal serial bus (USB) controller and the CIM_LogicalDevice instance connected to it.

Win32_USBHub

PROPERTIES: 28 METHODS: 3

The Win32_USBHub WMI class represents the management characteristics of a universal serial bus (USB) hub.

Win32_UserAccount

PROPERTIES: 16 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 6 METHODS: 1

The Win32_UserAccount WMI class contains information about a user account on a computer system running Windows. ®

Win32_UserDesktop

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_UserDesktop association WMI class relates a user account and desktop settings that are specific to it.

Win32_UserInDomain

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_UserInDomain association WMI class relates a user account and a Windows domain.

Win32_UTCTime

PROPERTIES: 10

The Win32_UTCTimeWMI class describes a point in time that is returned as Win32_UTCTime objects that result from a query. These are returned as the value for the TargetInstance property in the __InstanceModificationEvent system class. The Hour property is returned as the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) time on a 24 hour clock.

Win32_VideoController

PROPERTIES: 59

The Win32_VideoController WMI class represents the capabilities and management capacity of the video controller on a computer system running Windows. Hardware that is not compatible with Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) returns inaccurate property values for instances of this class.

Win32_VideoSettings

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_VideoSettings association WMI class relates a video controller and video settings that can be applied to it.

Win32_VoltageProbe

PROPERTIES: 35

The Win32_VoltageProbe WMI class represents the properties of a voltage sensor (electronic voltmeter).

Win32_Volume

PROPERTIES: 41 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 3 METHODS: 9

The Win32_Volume class represents an area of storage on a hard disk. The class returns local volumes that are formatted, unformatted, mounted, or offline. A volume is formatted by using a file system, such as FAT or NTFS, and might have a drive letter assigned to it. One hard disk can have multiple volumes, and volumes can span multiple physical disks. The Win32_Volume class does not support disk drive management. Windows XP and earlier: This class is not available.

Win32_VolumeChangeEvent

PROPERTIES: 4

The Win32_VolumeChangeEvent WMI class represents a local drive event that results from the addition of a drive letter or mounted drive on the computer system. Network drives are not currently supported.

Win32_VolumeQuota

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_VolumeQuota association relates a volume to the per volume quota settings. Windows XP and earlier: This class is not available

Win32_VolumeQuotaSetting

PROPERTIES: 2

The Win32_VolumeQuotaSetting association WMI class relates disk quota settings with a specific disk volume.

Win32_VolumeUserQuota

PROPERTIES: 6 WRITEABLE PROPERTIES: 1

The Win32_VolumeUserQuota association class relates per user quotas to quota-enabled volumes. A system administrator can configure Windows to prevent disk space use that is more than a user's quota, and then log an event when a user exceeds the specified disk space limit. A system administrator can also log an event when a user exceeds a specified disk space warning level. A disk quota cannot be set for an administrator account. Windows XP and earlier: This class is not available.

Win32_WindowsProductActivation

PROPERTIES: 9 METHODS: 5

The Win32_WindowsProductActivation WMI class contains properties and methods related to Windows Product Activation (WPA), such as activation state and grace period. This class also provides the ability to activate the customer's computer online and offline.