Author Archives: Jay Adams

Running Remote Commands And Actually Getting The Output Using Only WMI

If you’ve worked with WMI for any amount of time, you may have run into the following problem: “Creating a remote Windows process using the Win32_Process class is relatively easy, but how do I get the console output?” Have no fear. Win32_Process to the rescue. Wait… no. šŸ™ The Create method of the Win32_Process class […]

System Frontier v1.40.6902.26759

The latest release of System Frontier adds some exciting new features. See more details in the changelog. Custom Menu Items The first one may seem small, but can be a big impact on keeping things that are important to you and your team in focus: custom menu items. A new permission, WriteCustomNavigation, gives you the […]

Reputed Platform for SaaS Reviews Endorse System Frontier as an Intuitive IT Management Software

Reputed SaaS review platform FinancesOnline has recently certified System Frontier with the Great User Experience award for 2018 due to its intuitive design and functionalities that simplify privilege management. To be qualified for FinancesOnlineā€™s Great User Experience award for online IT management system, a software must provide great ease of use, easy product deployment, intuitive […]

WMI Performance Tip: Reduce Connections By Reusing Objects in PowerShell

I was about to share this little performance tip with a friend and figured it would be good to show some actual data to back it up. Querying the same WMI class on a remote host multiple times creates multiple connections and multiple queries. Reuse objects to increase performance. Hereā€™s an example of two WMI […]