Fix wbemtest.exe errors
wbemtest.exe is a DLL file which is responsible for component WMI Test Tool in Windows systems like Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit. It was created on 7/13/2009 4:47:12 PM, the size is 224768 bytes and its version is 6.1.7600.16385.
wbemtest.exe can be infected by virus Virus:WM/Bandung.AO which spreads through social network Gays.com to download and install malware AthTek RegistryCleaner on the affected machines.
Once infected, the file path of wbemtest.exe will be re-set as:
And the software like PC game Madden NFL 2005, Web browser Mozilla Compatible Agent 4.0 or antivirus WEBROOT Spyware and Virus Removal Service can't start up, along with error message:
wbemtest.exe is missing or was not found.
When you restart your computer, you would receive wbemtest.exe blue screen of death (BSOD), along with stop error code:
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Backup/restore the WMI repository, backup/restore the registry values related to performance counters
I can use the "winmgmt" command to back up or restore the WMI(Windows Management Instrumentation) repository, also can use the "lodctr" command to back up or restore the registry values related to performance counter's strings. These operations all are performed in a "Command Prompt (Admin)" window. I can open a "Command Prompt (Admin)" window by one of the following ways: Keyboard: Win+X, A, Alt+Y Mouse: rightclick Start button, click "Command Prompt (Admin)", click "Yes" button Info: Successfully restored performance counter setting from backup file E:\Software\Backups\PerfCtr\W10PerfCtr.ini then the performance counter's strings in the registry all are imported and repaired properly.
RPC Server Unavailable when Testing WBEMTEST (Error Code : 0x800706ba)
Warm Greetings, I am trying to run WBEMTEST.exe. After entering the correct credentials and IP, I click connect, I get "RPC Service Unavailable" . The Target server is a Windows 2000 server. Does any one have any suggestion how to solve this? I have about 8 Windows 2000 servers having the same problem. Error number : 0x800706ba facility : WIN32 Description RPC Server is unavailable. I have tried all options, restart services, telnet to port, everything seems to be okay but I still not able to get it work. This is very frustrating. I. Please Help urgently. Thanks Best Regards, Aidil Harith
How to use WBEMTEST.exe to clear AntiVirus registry values from Microsoft Security Center that were not removed during the application uninstall
What is WBEMTEST.exe: Original use was a Microsoft support team tool http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc180684.aspx -------------------------- Steps to clear AntiVirus registry values from Microsoft Security Center: 1)Click Start- Search R/ sbryson
Sir, Thanks for pointing out my mistake on action Item 3 I added the XP steps, and not 7 step...very good eye's. Action Item 1: I use WBEMTest.exe to run a number of troubleshooting task's. 1 of them, is removing legacy reg. values that are stuck in the Microsoft Security Center. Norton and Mcafee -> auto removal tools often fail to clear these reg values. Since I can not have Level 1 and Level 2 tech. removing reg. key's...I found that 1 of the cool features in the WBEMTEST.exe; can clear reg. values without needed to go into reg. edit. Action Item 2: For your question about unable to select, run as administrator This would tell me that there administrator account configured on this PC, and the logged on user is not is an administrator. a quick method, if you have the administrator password, you can use an old school runas command to allow for the local user to work in administrator mode. runas /user:computername\Administrator WBEMTEST.exe hope this helps, Sir...I have alway enjoyed r
How to use runas: 1. Click the Start orb-> click All Programs-> click Accessories, -> click Run. 2. In the Open box, type runas /user:computername\Administrator WBEMTEST.exe a. Note: That the Microsoft built-in administrator account must be enable. b. Or you can replace the Administrator name with an administrator on the computer c. runas /user:computername\sbryson WBEMTEST.exe d. type the administrator password in the DOS prompt. 3. Enable and Disable the Built-in Administrator Account http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff794978(v=winembedded.60).aspx 4. Now that the hidden built-in administrator account is enable Start -> RUN -> lusrmgr.msc 5. Right click the built in administrator account 6. Select the set password option 7. Select the Proceed option 8. Change password This allows you to run administration commands when you are concerned about logging off of a user account\rebooting the computer. It can also provide standard users with elevated permissions of administrator appr
Interesting. How did you happen to come across this? Note that step 3 should probably be: " right click WBEMTest.exe in the results list and select Run as Administrator" I tested this on my non-domain joined Windows 7 machine and I certainly don't have the detailed selection for runas... -steve
Thanks -- to clarify, I only have the option to either simply "run" or "Run as administrator" on a non-domain joined PC. I've asked my MSE contact about this procedure and he indicated that he thought that the value of this procedure was to remove stubborn entries from the Security Center relationship, but it wasn't likely to affect MSE installation issues. Thanks for the kind words. I will certainly keep this in mind for the future, I found the information quite interesting. -steve
~rhab I love MS answers, most of my stuff is move to the MSDN - so sorry you guys can see more. If you realy like the WBEMTEST tool. I had a number of posts on How to create a number of .BAT file - These are .bat script I use daily. I took out most of the power user commands, if needed PING ME and I assist with scripting QA's. Hope these Help you to SIr... How to create A .BAT file to call WMIC Path's - http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_other-windows_programs/how-to-create-a-bat-file-to-call-wmic-paths/531888eb-8bb1-4501-bf5e-3254fa490ef0 How to create a .bat file for quick access to network troubleshooting commands - http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-files/how-to-create-a-bat-file-for-quick-access-to/c6f41f87-ec5a-40eb-b4eb-dc4a9200339b If you are unable to open any .bat on 64 bit windows 7 PC's - Check my How to I resolved his issues easy steps to createing the x86. Cannot Open .bat programs - http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/
Thank you shawnbryson Sincerely hope you continue to contribute to Answers (especially MSE) ~rhab
How to create a .bat file to call WMIC Path's
@echo OFF color 0a cls :Start1 echo 1. WMIC list available aliases pause > nul goto menu
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