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Filemon Windowx XP System32 WBEM wmiprov & wbemess log
Yes. For the average user these logs make no sense and can just as well be
To discover more about WMI...
There is a super secret hidden very little known item on your machine. It
is called Help and Support. Accessed from the Start Menu.
Type or paste in the Search box and click the arrow.
WMI Control HELP
Start | Run | Paste this in the box and click OK...
How To Use Computer Management in Windows XP
(Note the table of contents pane on the left)
Windows Management Instrumentation
Support articles for Windows Management Instrumentation
Hope this helps. Let us know.
MS-MVP Windows Shell/User
Tom Quan hunted and pecked:
On Sun, 18 Dec 2005 12:50:28 -0700, Wesley Vogel wrote:
I did not post anything about the Windows Management Instrumentation
service. Leave it set to Automatic in services.msc.
I suggested disabling WMI logging.
Oh. OK. I am less confused now. Thank you for your patience. I've never
encountered this thing called windows management instrumentation before so
I'm starting with a knowledge base of zero (other than what I glean from
google and learn from you from your kind efforts).
I right clicked on the WinXP SP2 "My Computer", pressed "Manage",
"Services and Applications", and right clicked on "WMI Control",
"Properties" which then said "Connecting to Windows Management" and
brought up a 5-tab "WMI Control Properties" form.
Pressing on the "Logging" tab for the first time, I see it was actually
set to "Errors only". As a test, I set it next to "Verbose" and noticed
LOTS of new logs showed up in C:\windows\system32\wbem\Logs, e.g.,
Framework.log, provss.log, wbemcore.log, WinMgmt.log, wbemprox.log, etc.
Looking in the various logs, I find strange reports such as:
CWbemProviderGlue::Init 12/18/2005 11:14:14.228 thread:3982
Failed to open thread token: (1008) 12/18/2005 11:14:14.228 thread:3984
But my D: drive is almost wholly empty (except for something hidden called
"System Volume Information" and "MSOCache".
Do these tell us anything?
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