Quiz Yourself

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What is the WMI moniker, and why should you care?

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The WMI moniker is used to simplify the connection into WMI. It includes both default security and default namespace configuration information to the amount of scripting involved.

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What are impersonation levels?

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Impersonation levels control allowed privileges when connecting to a remote WMI namespace.

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What are the four impersonation levels available to WMI?

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The four impersonation levels available to WMI are Anonymous, Identify, Impersonate, and Delegate.

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In Windows Server 2003, what is the default impersonation level?

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In Windows Server 2003, the default impersonation level is Impersonate.

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How do you use a WbemPrivilegeEnum privilege constant in constructing the WMI moniker? ...

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