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  2. NMS-13075

Create WmiDetector documenation

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      We don't have docs about this monitor right now. There was an old wiki article, but I don't know if it is complete.

      Archiving the content here since the wiki will get step by step retired:

      
      The WMI Detector can be used to detect the availability of WmiConfiguration on a device when scanning it using Provisiond. By default, it expects to make a WMI query to the Win32_ComputerSystem class, checking for "OK" from the "Status" object.
      
      For more details on WMI in OpenNMS, see WmiConfiguration.
      
      
      username (default: "Administrator") 
          The username to use when authenticating against the WMI host.
      password
          The password to use when authenticating against the WMI host.
      domain (default: "WORKGROUP") 
          The Windows domain to use when authenticating against the WMI host.
      wmiClass (default: "Win32_ComputerSystem") 
          The WMI class to query.
      wmiWqlStr
          A raw WMI WQL query to compare against. If this is specified, wmiClass will be ignored.
      wmiObject (default: "Status") 
          The WMI object to query.
      compVal (default: "OK") 
          The value to use when performing a comparison against the wmiObject.
      compOp (default: "EQ") 
          The type of operator to use when comparing the wmiObject to the compVal.
          choices: EQ (equals), NEQ (not equals), GT (greater than), and LT (less than)
      

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              fuhrmann Marcel Fuhrmann
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