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The MAD Monitoring thread was unable to connect to WMI, error '0x80040154'.

Posted on 2008-06-09
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After running the SBS Transition Pack at the weekend we get the error above every five minutes, i have googled this error but have found nothing that links directly to this issue. WMI service had dissappeared after Transition but we re-registered and service is running now. Also MS Exchange Management had stopped but re-registering wmi fixed this also.

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Do you have symantec?
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Yes Backup Exec 9.1 which we disabled and removed the SmallBusiness key from the registry.
This has been removed now.
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