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ManagementObject Properties

The properties of the ManagementObject class are listed here. For a complete list of ManagementObject class members, see the ManagementObject Members topic.

Public Properties

public propertyClassPath Overridden. Gets or sets the path to the object's class.
public propertyContainer (inherited from Component) Gets the IContainer that contains the Component.
public propertyItem (inherited from ManagementBaseObject) Gets access to property values through [] notation.

In C#, this property is the indexer for the ManagementObject class.

public propertyOptions Gets or sets additional information to use when retrieving the object.
public propertyPath Gets or sets the object's WMI path.
public propertyProperties (inherited from ManagementBaseObject) Gets or sets a collection of PropertyData objects describing the properties of the management object.
public propertyQualifiers (inherited from ManagementBaseObject) Gets or sets the collection of QualifierData objects defined on the management object. Each element in the collection holds information such as the qualifier name, value, and flavor.
public propertyScope Gets or sets the scope in which this object resides.
public propertySite (inherited from Component) Gets or sets the ISite of the Component.
public propertySystemProperties (inherited from ManagementBaseObject) Gets or sets the collection of WMI system properties of the management object (for example, the class name, server, and namespace). WMI system property names begin with "__".

Protected Properties

protected propertyDesignMode (inherited from Component) Gets a value that indicates whether the Component is currently in design mode.
protected propertyEvents (inherited from Component) Gets the list of event handlers that are attached to this Component.

See Also

ManagementObject Class | System.Management Namespace

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