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Re: ManagementClass name not recognized

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MC
Yes, you have to add a reference to System.Management.dll through the
"Add Reference" dialog. The using statement is nothing more than a
mechanism to allow you use shorthand when referencing the types in the
namespace.
Thanks. Yes, I found that out and was about to post the answer to my own
question...

BTW, while Googling it, I found every "anger management class" in the world!
:)
Jul 10 '08 #1
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Should have tried Live.Com managementclass brings up the MSDN entry on the
first page. :-)

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Ciaran O''Donnell
http://wannabedeveloper.spaces.live.com
"MC" wrote:
Yes, you have to add a reference to System.Management.dll through the
"Add Reference" dialog. The using statement is nothing more than a
mechanism to allow you use shorthand when referencing the types in the
namespace.

Thanks. Yes, I found that out and was about to post the answer to my own
question...

BTW, while Googling it, I found every "anger management class" in the world!
:)
Jul 10 '08 #2

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