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How to enable WMI on a XP workstation

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I am installing a new managed services software called level platform and it requires WMI to be enabled on the workstation.  Can anyone please provide me a quick solution on how to enable WMI on a XP workstation.  I have turned the WMI services on but that did not help.

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