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Make you right overall on Scriptomatic, but with caveat(s). The Guys' scripts don't have enough smart to clock the *potential* depth of som WMI enumerations.
In a DOS box, I've endured enums taking an eon, ramping the CPU to 100%, really claustrophobic stuff. (XPPro SP2).
Zip/Zippy (does this come from Rainbow, the kids program from the '80s by any chance...?) - WMI interrogation can be a little processor intensive, which is why MS best practice from a GP perspective is that the application of WMI filters to GPOs is recommended as a short-term rather than enduring measure. I've not seen queries take the length of time you are implying. Can you give me some example scripts to investigate further, some indication of how long these scripts are taking to run, on what sort of hardware spec, and if applicable, what server resources they are accessing (if applicable)? Would be much appreciated.