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Use a wmi query in item-level targeting

I'd like to use wmi querys to item-level target group policy preferences.  Nothing I do is working.  Not sure how to test.  Could someone give me an example?  below is when I'm trying to use to test currently.

Query:  Select DisplayName from Win32_Service Where Name ='Print Spooler'
Namespace:  Root\cimv2
Property:  Print Spooler
* WMICWindows 10Microsoft Server OS

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JohnPaddock

8/22/2022 - Mon
Mahesh

what is your requirement?
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JohnPaddock

I'm just testing.  I guess my requirement in this test is just that it finds the print spooler service.
But really, the requirement would be that the service is running.
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JohnPaddock

it works!
Thankyou.
Much appreciated.
For writing querys like this I'm finding the below to be very useful since I'm new to this.
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