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JobCountSinceLastReset WMI Property Not Populating

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I have a report in SCCM 2007 that reports on local printers within my organization.  I have successfully run the report several times however the JobCountSinceLastReset field continually shows as 0 for all printers.  I inspected the WMI values utilizing a WMI Explorer and have determined that the value is not being populated here either.

Much of this information can be found in another EE Question (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Hardware/Peripherals/Printers_Scanners/HP/Q_26369442.html) which prompted me to post a new question.

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It's quite common that a WMI "provider" does not provide 100% of the functionality as stated in the documentation.   That's just a fact of life.
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I was afraid that was going to be the answer, figured it couldn't hurt to ask though.

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