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C# wmi query using where X like <something>

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Hi all,

I must be missing some syntax here, but for the life of me I cannot figure out what it might be.

Here is my query;
System.Manageme nt.ObjectQuery oQuery = new System.Manageme nt.ObjectQuery( "Select Name, DisplayName from Win32_Service where DisplayName LIKE 'Rescue%' ");

Can anyone see what I am doing wrongly here?????

Thanks
Aug 28 '07 #1
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