The pragma autorecover preprocessor command adds a MOF file to the list of files compiled during repository recovery. The list of autorecover MOF files is stored in this registry key:
WMI checks the integrity of the WMI repository when the operating system starts WMI. If the repository is damaged, WMI automatically rebuilds the repository and recompiles any MOF files listed in this key in the registry.
The following describes the syntax for the pragma autorecover command:
However, you must observe the following restrictions when using this command:
- WMI cannot recover MOF files located on a remote computer.
Therefore, the MOF files listed in this registry key must reside on the local computer.
- You cannot specify the command-line switches that the MOF compiler uses when WMI recovers a MOF file.
Therefore, you should include pragma commands in your MOF file that make command-line switches unnecessary. The following example describes a common command-line switch that WMI does not use when recovering a MOF file from this registry key: mofcomp -N:Root\Test mymof.mof
However, you can specify the namespace using a pragma command in the MOF file.
Minimum supported client
Minimum supported server
|Windows Server 2003|
Build date: 10/15/2013