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SMS Toolkit

SMS Toolkit

SMS Toolkit

Has any body used the Visual Basic programme in the SMS Toolkit called Asset Wizard?

I am experiencing a problem where we modify the programme with the fields we want to inventory, install it on the client and it works fine. It creates a new Class within the workstations WMI and passes to the server which then populates SMS\SQL with the correct information.

My problem is that when I update the VB Programme to include new attributes within the class I get a 'Runtime Error 438' when writing the values to the WMI which I am assuming means that it cannot create the new attribute. I have tried extending the system architecture with a NOIDMIF so to create the new attribute but to no avail.

If anybody has come across this problem or used the asset wizard VB programme please please contact me.

Many thanks in advance.


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