SQL Server Configuration Manager – WMI error


Hey guys, does SQL Server Configuration Manager give “Invalid class [0x80041010]” error? Most probably you will encounter this problem after upgrading to Windows 10 and run SQLServerManager11.msc or SQLServerManager12.msc depending on the SQL Server version you have installed.


Here is the Solution, it worked for me and hopefully for most of you too.

Start a command prompt (as administrator) and type: cd C:\ProgramFiles(x86)\MicrosoftSQLServer\110\Shared\

/* Note that you may need to give folder 100 instead of 110, depending on the SQL Server version you have currently installed */

Then type: mofcomp sqlmgmproviderxpsp2up.mof

If you get the following message, then you are done with it!

mofcomp sqlmgmproviderxpsp2up.mof

Now Run SQLServerManager11.msc





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