mail at timgolden.me.uk
Wed Jul 16 09:29:45 CEST 2008
> It cannot work either.
Oh well. It was only a quick fix! I'll try
to get some kind of non-ASCII edition of Windows
to test against. As I understand it, the situation
is that some WMI exception (ie coming from the
underlying WMI/COM subsystem) results in an error
message which contains non-ASCII characters.
Just so I'm not chasing red herrings, could you
paste the output from the following code, please?
import wmi # use the version linked above
c = wmi.WMI ("non-existent computer")
# Should give a traceback here for the DCOM
# error, not a UnicodeDecodeError.
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