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How to identify a system is a NAS Server or a General File Server using WMI?

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Old November 16th 05, 03:04 PM posted to comp.arch.storage
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Default How to identify a system is a NAS Server or a General File Server using WMI?


How can I identify a system is a NAS server or a general File Server
using WMI. Is there any property that tells us a system is a NAS server
or a File Server? If yes please tell me the class to which it belongs.

If there is any other procedure to get that information please let me

I'll be very thakful to you if you do this needful.



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