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  • okeedokee
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    Re: How to pass WMI query values

    %C1%, %C2%, etc. will be great for more complex queries. Thanks for the info!

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  • okeedokee
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    Re: How to pass WMI query values

    Looks like the correct syntax is %E%. Cool!

    Thanks

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: How to pass WMI query values

    If you're using a Custom Tool to grab the data after running your WMI query, you use the column the data is in:

    %C1%,%C2%, etc.

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  • okeedokee
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    I am unable to pass the query result using the %QueryResultFieldName% syntax. I was thinking I could use the field name of the query result between % symbols, like when using %hostname% to remote desktop a computer. This obviously does not work.
    What is the correct syntax?

    Thanks

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Re: How to pass WMI query values

    One approach would be to run your WMI query first, then pass the column(s) you need to
    your Custom tool. The Tool syntax allows you to specify the column(s) you want the data from.

    If you need something that would run in one step, you'd have to try using a Microsoft scripting tool (probably from the Microsoft
    scripting center) for WMI access and write your own tool to do everything. You can use Hyena as a testing tool to find the class and property name, then try to recreate the WMI query using the Microsoft tool.

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  • okeedokee
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    How to pass WMI query values

    I am trying to set up some custom tools and need to pass the results of a simple WMI query (a single string is returned). Is there a way to assign a name to a WMI query that is usable by the "Tools" interface? Is there another way?

    Thanks
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