“Setting Discovery Error 0x80041002 Not Found” Source WMI for SQL Server 2014 Compliance Items

PROBLEM: I am running ConfigMgr 1511. I’ve noticed on some of my Clients the following when I run the compliance report on my Clients: Error Type: Setting Discovery Error Error Code: 0x80041002 Error Description: Not Found Error Source: WMI RESOLUTION: Click HERE for the resolution.

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ConfigMgr – Why aren't my Clients using the correct Network Access Account?

PROBLEM: I am running ConfigMgr 2012 Release 2 (R2), where I’ve configured multiple Network Access Accounts (NAAs). However, some of my Clients are using the wrong NAA which is causing me issues. Why aren’t my Clients using the correct Network Access Account? RESOLUTION: Click HERE for the resolution.

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Why do I not see an error if I enter an invalid Password for the “Active Directory Forest Discovery Account”?

PROBLEM: I’ve configured a new Active Directory Forest Discovery Account but realised I actually entered an invalid password. Why do I not see an error if I enter an invalid Password for the “Active Directory Forest Discovery Account”? RESOLUTION: Click HERE for the resolution.

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New FAQs – 15th & 16th Feb 2016

Configuration Manager Compliance Settings Troubleshooting Configuration Items Errors “Setting Discovery Error 0x80041002 Not Found” Source WMI for SQL Server 2014 Compliance Items Configuration Manager 2012 Troubleshooting Accounts ConfigMgr – Why aren’t my Clients using the correct Network Access Account? Why is the “Delete” option greyed out for a ConfigMgr Account? Why do I not […]

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Why is the “Delete” option greyed out for a Configuration Manager Account?

PROBLEM: I need to delete an Account in Configuration Manager. However, when I select the account in the ConfigMgr Console under AdministrationOverviewSecurityAccounts the Delete button is greyed out on the Ribbon. If I right-click the account the Delete option is also greyed out. RESOLUTION: Click HERE for the resolution.

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