SQL Server Configuration Manager 2008 R2 – Cannot connect to WMI provider – Invalid class [0x80041010


I came across the following error after restarting my System Center Cluster.

Run the following command to fix this:

mofcomp "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SQL Server\100\Shared\sqlmgmproviderxpsp2up.mof"

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  1. Very cool, however putting in this command exactly as you have it triggers mofcomp to give me it’s screen of how to use mofcompf properly! Is there a flag like -check or something we’re missing?

    1. Found the problem, the file wasn’t mapped correctly. It ran to Done! but I still have the same error. We went through a domain change so it’s technically a different service account, and it’s been ConfigManager has returned that message ever since.

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