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Whether following registry keys are required to work sccm client properly?

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I would like to know whether these 3 keys are really need for the SCCM client to work properly? If I enable is there any issues?
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<RegistryValueCheck Key="HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Ole" Value="EnableRemoteConnect" Expected="Y" Enforce="False" Type="REG_SZ"/>
      <RegistryValueCheck Key="HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Ole" Value="LegacyAuthenticationLevel" Expected="2" Enforce="False" Type="REG_DWORD"/>
      <RegistryValueCheck Key="HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Ole" Value="LegacyImpersonationLevel" Expected="2" Enforce="False" Type="REG_DWORD"/>"
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Hi, these values relate to configuring DCOM (and therefore WMI) to make sure it is working.  If these are not enabled, you may find that your clients do not return any WMI data to the server.  I do not have SCCM, but I do have these values set in my environment for WMI to work properly.

Rob.
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