KB: Configuration Manager Management Points collocated with clients fail after installing Windows Management Framework 3.0 and running Client Health Evaluation

imageWe’ve been getting a couple support calls regarding an issue with Windows Management Framework 3.0 and the recently released associated KB2506143.   System Center 2012 Configuration Manager admins are experiencing a failure on management points collocated with clients post installation of Windows Management Framework 3.0.  

The issue is that daily, System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Management Points (MPs) that are collocated with the client will fail, returning HTTP 500s to calling clients.  This occurs after the Client Health Evaluation task runs and reinstalls the client.  Inspection of the CCMEval.log will show entries similar to the following:

Loading manifest file: C:\Program Files\SMS_CCM\CcmEval.xml
Successfully loaded ccmeval manifest file.
Begin evaluating client health rules.
Successfully retrieved all client health checks.
Evaluating health check rule {4AB7D77D-3BB0-4EAB-BEFD-7C0F7DA10296} : Verify WMI service exists.
Evaluating health check rule {518C0699-03F8-4F38-85C4-4D319EAEFC05} : Verify/Remediate WMI service startup type.
Evaluating health check rule {7F4B6E15-2221-455B-9615-93C379E470D5} : Verify/Remediate WMI service status.
Evaluating health check rule {A81778B5-9A1E-4A52-9C6E-6939CEFAA118} : WMI Repository Integrity Test.
Windows has an improper shutdown before the latest start up at 20121218093732.000000-000
Evaluating health check rule {14E6774A-1795-4E09-B17D-B6F36A124205} : WMI Repository Read/Write Test.
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_ClassDeletion’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_ClassCreation’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_ClassModification’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_ClassIndication’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_InstCreation’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_InstModification’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_InstDeletion’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_InstIndication’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_Indication’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘MSFT_ExtendedStatus’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘MSFT_WmiError’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_Error’ (80041002)
Fail to delete namespace (root\cimv2\ccm2) (0x80041002)
Checking WMI repository for feature General failed
WMI check failed
Windows has an improper shutdown before the latest start up at 20121218093732.000000-000
Stopped the service ‘ccmexec’ successfully
Stopped dependent services for service ‘winmgmt’ successfully
Stopped the service ‘winmgmt’ successfully
Attempting to launch repository repair.
Attempting to remediate client or client prerequisite installation.
Client or client prerequisite installation remediation succeeded.
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_ClassDeletion’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_ClassCreation’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_ClassModification’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_ClassIndication’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_InstCreation’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_InstModification’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_InstDeletion’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_InstIndication’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_Indication’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘MSFT_ExtendedStatus’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘MSFT_WmiError’ (80041002)
Failed to delete class ‘CIM_Error’ (80041002)
Fail to delete namespace (root\cimv2\ccm2) (0x80041002)
Checking WMI repository for feature General failed
WMI check failed
Result: Remediation Failed, ResultCode: 304, ResultType: 202, ResultDetail: root\cimv2\ccm2#CCMEVALPARAMSEP#20121218093732.000000-000

Please see KB2796086 for more information.

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2796086 – Configuration Manager Management Points collocated with clients fail after installing Windows Management Framework 3.0 and running Client Health Evaluation (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2796086)

J.C. Hornbeck | Knowledge Engineer | Management and Security Division

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