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Hi i need to get a screenshot from remote pc using WMI
Is this possible?
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dineesh earned 1500 total points
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HI,

I've tried that before, not been able to so far.. I use this utility lsgrab.exe - pass the IP and it gets the screen grab.

regards
Dinesh
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I WAS HOPING TO USE WMI to capture a screen shot, however this work around is very good.
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