DNS Forwarders through WMI

I have the Management (WMI) Extension for VS.NET 2003, which includes DNS control.  I am running DNS locally on my laptop, so I don't have to remember IP's and ports for all my local dev stuff.

The problem is that I use my laptop both at work, and at home, with different forwarders at both places.  I have to manually switch them when I go to either place.  I can't seem to find the forwarders in the Mgmt. Extensions.  Are they there?  How can I change them programatically?
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I know this isnt WMI....but it may help you as it is a programmatic solution.

With the windows Support Tools, on your Server CD in \Support\Tools

the following command can be used to change your forwarders

And this to delete forwarders:
dnscmd <SERVER NAME> /ResetForwarders


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platinumbayAuthor Commented:
My friend, I don't care what they say, you ROCK! :P

I built 2 bat files, for home and work.  This is awesome.  Next step will be to detect when I change networks, and run the commands automatically.
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