This release is the latest available edition originating from Emily Bosch, later rewritten for the RTM of .NET 3.5 by Eden Ridgway.
Additional features, bugs, documentation and samples shall be released as the project progresses.
To use LinqToWMI, simply do the following:
- Download the zip (latest release)
- Unzip the download and open the Visual Studio Solution
- Build the Solution to obtain the library reference
- Add to a project of yours and use :)
It should be noted that WMI is huge
There are literally hundreds of tables available in WMI with lots and lots of properties. The best approach is to choose what is applicable and implement the solution on top of this one. As the project moves along, the most applicable and "obvious" WMI tables will be added (unless of course we want all of them available...). Implementing a new table is as easy as adding a class and adding the properties that equate to the table's definition.
To see a list of all the available tables, properties and querying those values.