A condition property: wildcard filter for names.
This property is read/write.
HRESULT get_FileNamePattern( BSTR *fileNamePattern );
A file name pattern is a string expression that defines a set of file names. The expression may contain the following wildcard characters: "" and "?". The "" wildcard matches zero or more characters and the "?" wildcard matches exactly 1 character. For example, the file name "example.cpp" matches the pattern "e*.cpp", but not "e?.cpp". The file name "ex.cpp" would match both patterns. Note that when the file name pattern is used to compare against a specific file name, the pattern match is case-insensitive.
|Windows version||None supported Windows Server 2008 R2|