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SolarWinds WMI Providers Actions

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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The first section of the Computer Access Management window addresses options to install, reinstall, or uninstall the SolarWinds WMI Providers. Choose one of the following:

Check if WMI Providers are installed

Checks for the WMI Providers on the remote system. View results from this check in the Patch Manager Task History, or configure the task to email you the results.

Install the WMI Providers if not already installed

Installs the WMI Providers if needed. This option also allows you to reinstall the WMI Providers if necessary.

Uninstall the WMI Providers

Uninstalls the WMI Providers from the remote system.

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