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Enterprise Library / ReleaseComObjec t Exception

Hi,

we are using a framework which is based on the Enterprise Library June 2005.
When I am locking a object (successfull) and let the application run further
I receive a NullReferenceEx ception (Problem with:
System.Runtime. InteropServices .Marshal.Releas eComObject).
In the eventview I see a error "Failed to fire the WMI Event
DataConnectionO penedEvent"
Exception: System.Exceptio n: The scheme for the assembly was not registered
with WMI.

Which COM object does he mean? How can I solve this problem?
Thanks
Christian
Feb 1 '06 #1
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