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Microsoft MAP tool giveing  error  "failed connection time out" insufficent data

Posted on 2012-03-18
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I am runing MS MAP tool to gather softeare inventory for my domain. It runn successfully but most of the PCs it failed to gather the information and giving an error msg "failed connection timeout". I have attached the screeen for the dialog window after running the MAP tool. It is showin WMI error as well. How can I fix this.
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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It is probably either/or the wmi service is not running or wmi ports are not opened in windows firewall (default rule is disabled) on the client machines
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How can I enable it.I disabled the firewall still the same problem.
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