Hyper-V WMI classes
The following are the Hyper-V WMI classes.
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||The CIM classes are base classes that all WMI objects derive from.
||The virtual BIOS is a software image that is loaded into RAM to configure some of the basic aspects of and boot a computer system. There is one BIOS element per computer system and that element cannot be replaced or removed.
||The user input devices are represented by these classes. A virtual machine always has one instance of each class associated with it.
|Integration services classes
||Integration services are software services that run on top of the guest operating system inside of a child virtual machine and as part of the virtualization stack in the management operating system to provide some level of integration with the management operating system.
||The memory classes model the memory for a virtual machine.
||The processor classes model a processor for a virtual machine.
|Profile registration classes
||Virtualization WMI classes related to profile registration.
|Remote Desktop classes
||The Remote Desktop virtualization WMI classes are used to manage Remote Desktop and RemoteFX resources and virtual machines.
|Resource management classes
||Virtualization WMI classes related to resource management.
|Serial devices classes
||The serial devices in a virtual machine consist of serial controllers and serial ports. Each virtual machine has exactly one serial controller, and each serial controller has exactly two serial ports.
||The storage objects are separated into three types: controllers, drives, and media.
||All virtual machines reflect the presence of an emulated S3 video controller and an accelerated, synthetic video controller.
|Virtual system classes
||Virtualization WMI classes related to the virtual machine.
|Virtual system management classes
||Virtualization WMI classes related to virtual machine management.