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Using the Win32_ClassicCOMClassSetting class with Powershell Get-WMIObject Win32_ClassicCOMClassSetting -Filter "AppID='{1CECFD4D-2CFB-4626-95C7-0266C26960FA}'" | select -ExpandProperty InProcServer32 or using WMIC wmic /namespace:\\root\cimv2 path Win32_ClassicCOMClassSetting WHERE AppID^="{1CECFD4D-2CFB-4626-95C7-0266C26960FA}" Get InProcServer32 ...


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What happens when you search the registry for {1CECFD4D-2CFB-4626-95C7-0266C26960FA}? So the powershell component, this should get you started: $cred = Get-Credential domain\user Enter-PSSession <name of computer> -Credential $cred Set-Location HKCR:\Wow6432Node\CLSID\{1CECFD4D-2CFB-4626-95C7-0266C26960FA}\LocalServer32 Get-ChildItem


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I wonder if this is a bug because it didn't work even when I used named parameter to call the method: path DfsrConnectionInfo call ForceReplication Bandwidth=10 DurationInMin=20 Mode=2 The above command returns: Invalid named parameter list. Hint: ::= | where ::= = wmic:root\microsoftdfs>path DfsrConnectionInfo call ForceReplication ...


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The first argument. 15 isn't valid. The one that works doesn't surprise me. The reason is that the first parameter is between 1 and 4 (inclusive). This is different from the first wmic code you show: wmic /namespace:\\root\microsoftdfs path DfsrConnectionInfo call ForceReplication(15,10,2) The first value in the parentheses 15 isn't a valid value. It ...



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