So I was able to get it imported but my client does populate the data.This is the MIF from SMS07
Name = "WORKSTATION"
Name = "Division Indicator"
ID = 1
Class = "Microsoft|DivisionMIF|1.0"
Name = "Division"
ID = 1
ACCESS = READ-ONLY
Storage = Specific
Type = String(100)
Value = "Division of Office Group"
This is the MOF for 2012
[ SMS_Report (TRUE),
SMS_Group_Name ("Division Information"),
Namespace ("\\\\\\\\.\\\\root\\\\cimv2") ]
class Division_Indicator : SMS_Class_Template
[ SMS_Report (TRUE), key ]
};On 10/13/16, Sherry Kissinger<sherrylkissin...@gmail.com> wrote:what is your actual, entire MOF file that you are trying to import? the whole thing?On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 9:16 AM, Stefanie Burton <stefaniebur...@verizon.net> wrote:HelloI am working on a migration from 07 to 12.We have a CM07 mif located on every client that identifies Office group membership for each workstation. Several collections are based on this Office group membership.Now that we are migrating on CM12 side I tried to import the MOF. However the file will NOT import. After several modifications to the file, it is clear that the file will not import due to the special characters in the the class name.Microsoft|OfficeGroup|1.0If I remove the pipes and the period the file will import. However, the mif file on each system has the class name including the pipe and period.Is there anyway to enter the class nameMicrosoft|OfficeGroup|1.0In CM12?The alternative would be change the MID on each system. That's really not an alternative.:(Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone