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I'm developing a WMI subclass and I would like to reference a superclass to my subclass.
I know the MOF code is:
class MySubClass : __Superclass
How can I do the same using Powershell?
My PS code is:
$NewClass = New-Object System.Management.ManagementClass ("root\MySubClass", "root\MySubClass\__Superclass", $null);
$NewClass['__CLASS'] = "MySubClass"
$NewClass.Properties.Add('Name', [System.Management.CimType]::String, $false)
Don't you think it's pretty unpolite to not to wait for an answer? You literally posted this question parrallel in two forums at the same time. :-/ HELP!!! How to do a WMI SUPERCLASS reference using POWERSHELL
I'm sharing a question with the community not to wait a final answer, but to exchange experiences and new view points to maybe solve a problem. Experts from both foruns can sharing their knowledge.
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