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WMI Errors including 0x80004002 - No such interface supported

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Must confress knowing ZERO about WMI. The only reason why I know how to spell it is because I am trying to get SpiceWorks working an W7 Pro SP1 PCs in a domain but I am getting errors. While troubleshoting the error, I am told to run WMIDIAG.VBS and attached are the log files.

If anyone has a clue what is wrong with WMI, I will be very happy to hear it.

Thanks in advance.

PS: Other XP PCs are just fine.
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