How I add Username and password and Path here?

In values i store username and password i access this how?
Vishal GundageAsked:
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Dustin SaundersDirector of OperationsCommented:
If I'm understanding, your question is how do I take the keys in AppSettings and store them to then use in the second item?

If you're building an array of strings that are different values (password, username, etc.) then you don't want to iterate through them in a for loop.  So what you are doing since you have it in a for loop is running that command each time and using the array position for each setting.

For example, if you have a string array of  values = { "username", "password", "\\\\path\\" } you would need to use:
ConnectionOptions conoptions = new ConnectionOptions();
conoptions.Username = values[0];
conoptions.Password = values[1];
ManagementPath path = new ManagementPath(values[2]);

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But even if you line up the array, that's not a good way to handle this as if your code changes you are iterating through your appsettings in no special order and the order of the array could change, breaking your code. (so don't do that)

If you have keys in your AppSettings such as "Username" and "Password", instead get those values with something like:
conoptions.Username = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["Username"];
conoptions.Password = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["Password"];

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Dustin SaundersDirector of OperationsCommented:
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