From what I can tell, running this command on the problem client has resolved whatever issues were present. But the error was different. Its under domain group with hardening. Reboot the client computer after each step and verify whether the issue has been resolved by rescanning the machine. The repository will be rebuild on reboot. I guess one could put as many tests before the rebuild which test for failure and if at least 1 fails, then rebuild. Everything is working fine on the server so far and I am afraid that doing this would cause more harm.
If you have any previous backup, I would highly suggest that you try restoring to that backup to see if the problem remains. · Reboot a computer remotely. If you're not sure how to do that, go over to Stack Overflow. Before you go on and adding all computers from the ConfigMgr Console make sure to test it on one or two computers. I have a year end backup of this server. Unfortunately I'm not too sure how useful this is going to be for you if you want to run this at the start of running a job, it's more the sort of thing that people tend to set to automatically run across their estate on a regular basis to report back on machines that need looking at. Only using these, the conditions of the systems can be known.
It took some tweaking but in the end it finally stopped. If issues are due to a large repository, rebuilding the repository is currently the only method available to reduce it back to a working size. If you do not find any of these events logged, your next action is to use the built in repository checker. Thanks for contributing an answer to Super User! Here is what each of the mean: salvagerepository: This option when used with winmmgmt command performs a consistency check. See Ask the Performance Team Blog article If the issue persists or keeps returning, then at this point you will now need to open a Support Incident Case with Microsoft for further assistance. I tried all of the above without any success.
Media Center I am running Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7100 and was having no problems at all until about 2 months ago. Its good, but want to know what exactly the actions taken place during the booting process. These procedures were tested on Windows 7 machines. Now, I recently recorded some screen captures with Camstudio v2. The second way is a bit more drastic. A reboot is not required at this point, but it is the fastest way to assure that all services restart.
Just wanted to thank you. The ultimate way to check is to run this command in an. Sep 18, 2012 by anonymous Thank you so much for this article, its well written thank you. The script mofcomps everything, so it can very easily install then immediately uninstall the classes, resulting in the class not being accessible. How do you perform this without leaving the chair and risk to spill out your coffee while running around in the office? And tell them what language you're writing in, you haven't mentioned it.
If you want to test your script then try a class which doesn't exist. In brief, it provides end users the status of the local or remote computer system. If started the same error is displayed. I can get to safe mode only via f8. Manually firing off an advertisement worked just fine, and the execmgr.
I have a Windows Server 2008 Standard 32 bit operating system that is running Terminal Services. The Computer is in a continued restart mode. I see your point and had our script been simpler I would have agreed. Push the installation from ConfigMgr console to the computer you have repaired. You cannot call a method on a null-valued expression. Reboot the server to see if the problem remains.
The same also displayed in services. I imagine any single query would work, right? As a guideline, if the objects. If an inconsistency is detected, it rebuilds the repository. Those could also affect other namespace that have an uninstall type. General Discussion Hello, I had a problem with Windows Live Movie Maker locking up when I tried to do anything. Windows Management Instrumentation consists of a set of extensions to the Windows Driver Model that provides an operating system interface through which instrumented components provide information and notification. If the above steps cannot help, you may also need to check if some disk sectors or system files are corrupted.