Supporting Classes for the Forwarding Consumer
A forwarding consumer is a WMI event consumer that forwards WMI events to a target machine. When the events are received at the destination, they are then raised again as WMI events. This feature allows local actions to be taken on WMI events that originated on remote machines.
Note For more information about support and installation of this component on a specific operating system, see Operating System Availability of WMI Components.
The following table lists the classes for WMI forwarding consumers.
|MSFT_FCExecutedTraceEvent||Represents an execution of the forwarding consumer.|
|MSFT_FCTargetTraceEvent||Represents an attempt to forward a message to a target.|
|MSFT_FCTraceEventBase||Base class for all forwarding consumer trace events.|
|MSFT_ForwardingConsumer||Represents an event consumer that forwards messages to target computer(s).|
|MSFT_ForwardedEvent||Indicates the arrival of a forwarded event.|
|MSFT_ForwardedMessageEvent||Base class for all forwarded messages.|