Client Hardware inventory showing multiple errors

We have some client which are not sending the operating system Build No.
while looking in the inventor logs it show multiple errors.Complete inventory log attached below.
Can anybody help to understand the issue.
Inventory: Delta report without a previous Full report; will do a Full report.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:10:58 PM    7668 (0x1DF4)
Inventory: Action=Hardware ReportType=Full    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:10:58 PM    7668 (0x1DF4)
Inventory: Initialization completed in 0.062 seconds    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:10:58 PM    7668 (0x1DF4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, ApplicationID, Description, EvaluationEndDate, GracePeriodRemaining, ID, LicenseStatus, MachineURL, Name, OfflineInstallationId, PartialProductKey, ProcessorURL, ProductKeyID,
ProductKeyURL, UseLicenseURL FROM SoftwareLicensingProduct; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:10:58 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2\sms; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, BinFileVersion, BinProductVersion, Description, FilePropertiesHash, FilePropertiesHashEx, FileSize, FileVersion, Language, ParentName, Product, ProductCode, ProductVersion,
Publisher, ShortcutKey, ShortcutName, ShortcutType, TargetExecutable FROM SMS_SoftwareShortcut; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:00 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2\sms; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Version FROM Win32_WindowsUpdateAgentVersion; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:01 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\localhost\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, DisplayName, InstallDate, ProdID, Publisher, Version FROM Win32Reg_AddRemovePrograms64; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013
3:11:01 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\localhost\root\Microsoft\appvirt\client; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, CachedLaunchSize, CachedPercentage, CachedSize, LaunchSize, Name, PackageGUID, TotalSize, Version, VersionGUID FROM Package; Timeout = 600 secs.  
 InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:02 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Failed to get IWbemService Ptr for \\localhost\root\Microsoft\appvirt\client Namespace: 8004100E    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:02 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Failed to enumerate instances of Package: 8004100E    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:02 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Availability, Description, DeviceID, DriverName, HardwareVersion, Index, Manufacturer, Name, Status FROM Win32_SCSIController; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent  
 8/7/2013 3:11:02 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Caption, ClassGuid, ConfigManagerErrorCode, ConfigManagerUserConfig, CreationClassName, Description, DeviceID, Manufacturer, Name, PNPDeviceID, Service, Status, SystemCreationClassName,
SystemName FROM Win32_USBDevice; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:02 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\Nap; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, description, fixupState, friendlyName, id, infoClsid, isBound, percentage, registrationDate, vendorName, version FROM NAP_SystemHealthAgent; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent  
 8/7/2013 3:11:02 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Description, DeviceID, PrimaryBusType, RevisionNumber, SecondaryBusType, Status, StatusInfo, SystemName FROM Win32_MotherboardDevice; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent  
 8/7/2013 3:11:03 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Description, Manufacturer, Name, Status FROM Win32_NetworkClient; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:03 PM    8676
(0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Access, Bootable, BootPartition, Description, DeviceID, Name, PrimaryPartition, Size, SystemName, Type FROM Win32_DiskPartition; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent  
 8/7/2013 3:11:03 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, ConfigManagerErrorCode, DeviceID, ErrorDescription, LastErrorCode, Name, PNPDeviceID FROM Win32_PnpEntity; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013
3:11:03 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Availability, Description, DeviceID, MediaType, Name, Status FROM Win32_TapeDrive; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:03 PM  
 8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, ExpirationDate, IssueDate, KeyPackId, LicenseId, LicenseStatus, sHardwareId, sIssuedToComputer, sIssuedToUser FROM Win32_TSIssuedLicense; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent  
 8/7/2013 3:11:03 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Class "Win32_TSIssuedLicense" does not exist out.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:03 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2\sms; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, BinFileVersion, BinProductVersion, CLSID, Description, FileName, FilePropertiesHash, FilePropertiesHashEx, FileVersion, Product, ProductVersion, Publisher, Version FROM SMS_BrowserHelperObject;
Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:03 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Availability, Description, DeviceID, Drive, Manufacturer, MediaType, Name, SCSITargetId, SystemName, VolumeName FROM Win32_CDROMDrive; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent  
 8/7/2013 3:11:03 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\ccm\SoftwareMeteringAgent; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, AdditionalProductCodes, CompanyName, ExplorerFileName, FileDescription, FilePropertiesHash, FileSize, FileVersion, FolderPath, LastUsedTime, LastUserName,
msiDisplayName, msiPublisher, msiVersion, OriginalFileName, ProductCode, ProductLanguage, ProductName, ProductVersion, SoftwarePropertiesHash FROM CCM_RecentlyUsedApps; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:04
PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2\sms; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, ChannelCode, ChannelID, MPC, ProductCode, SoftwareCode FROM SMS_InstalledSoftwareMS; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:04
PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, BootDevice, BuildNumber, Caption, CountryCode, CSDVersion, Description, InstallDate, LastBootUpTime, Locale, Manufacturer, Name, Organization, OSLanguage, RegisteredUser, SystemDirectory,
TotalSwapSpaceSize, TotalVirtualMemorySize, TotalVisibleMemorySize, Version, WindowsDirectory FROM Win32_OperatingSystem; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:18 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, DisplayName, Name, PathName, ServiceType, StartMode, StartName, Status FROM Win32_Service; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:18
PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Availability, Description, DeviceID, Index, InterfaceType, Manufacturer, MediaType, Model, Name, Partitions, PNPDeviceID, SCSIBus, SCSILogicalUnit, SCSIPort, SCSITargetId, Size,
SystemName FROM Win32_DiskDrive; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, AvailableLicenses, Description, IssuedLicenses, KeyPackId, KeyPackType, ProductType, ProductVersion, TotalLicenses FROM Win32_TSLicenseKeyPack; Timeout = 600 secs.  
 InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Class "Win32_TSLicenseKeyPack" does not exist out.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\CIMv2\Security\MicrosoftTpm; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, ManufacturerId, ManufacturerVersionInfo, SpecVersion FROM Win32_Tpm; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20
PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, DefaultIPGateway, DHCPEnabled, DHCPServer, DNSDomain, DNSHostName, Index, IPAddress, IPEnabled, IPSubnet, MACAddress, ServiceName FROM Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration; Timeout
= 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, DeviceID, DriveLetter, ProtectionStatus FROM Bitlocker; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Skipping Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, InstanceKey, PhysicalHostName, PhysicalHostNameFullyQualified FROM Win32Reg_SMSGuestVirtualMachine, we're running on wow64 and attempting to force enumerating 32-bit
data.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = root\ccm; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, DisplayName, Name, Version FROM CCM_InstalledComponent; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Description, DeviceID, DisplayType, MonitorManufacturer, MonitorType, Name, PixelsPerXLogicalInch, PixelsPerYLogicalInch, ScreenHeight, ScreenWidth FROM Win32_DesktopMonitor;
Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\localhost\root\Microsoft\appvirt\client; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, LastLaunchOnSystem, Name, PackageGUID, Version FROM Application; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20
PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Failed to get IWbemService Ptr for \\localhost\root\Microsoft\appvirt\client Namespace: 8004100E    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Failed to enumerate instances of Application: 8004100E    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\localhost\root\vm\VirtualServer; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Name FROM VirtualMachine; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Failed to get IWbemService Ptr for \\localhost\root\vm\VirtualServer Namespace: 8004100E    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Failed to enumerate instances of VirtualMachine: 8004100E    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Availability, Description, DeviceID, InstallDate, Manufacturer, Name, PNPDeviceID, ProductName, Status FROM Win32_SoundDevice; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent  
 8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2\sms; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, CompatibleIDs, DeviceID, HardwareIDs, IsPnP, Name FROM CCM_SystemDevices; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:20 PM  
 8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\ccm\VulnerabilityAssessment; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Tool, VulnerabilityID, VulnerabilityScore FROM Win32_Vulnerability; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:21
PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Class "Win32_Vulnerability" does not exist out.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:21 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = root\SmsDm; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, DeviceOEMInfo, DeviceType, InstalledClientID, InstalledClientServer, InstalledClientVersion, LastSyncTime, OS_AdditionalInfo, OS_Build, OS_Major, OS_Minor, OS_Platform, ProcessorArchitecture,
ProcessorLevel, ProcessorRevision FROM SMS_ActiveSyncConnectedDevice; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:21 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Class "SMS_ActiveSyncConnectedDevice" does not exist out.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:21 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2\sms; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, SecurityLogStartDate, TopConsoleUser, TotalConsoleTime, TotalConsoleUsers, TotalSecurityLogTime FROM SMS_SystemConsoleUsage; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent  
 8/7/2013 3:11:21 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, AdapterCompatibility, AdapterDACType, AdapterRAM, CurrentBitsPerPixel, CurrentHorizontalResolution, CurrentNumberOfColumns, CurrentNumberOfRows, CurrentRefreshRate, CurrentScanMode,
CurrentVerticalResolution, Description, DeviceID, DriverDate, DriverVersion, InstalledDisplayDrivers, Name, NumberOfColorPlanes, SpecificationVersion, VideoMode, VideoModeDescription, VideoProcessor FROM Win32_VideoController; Timeout = 600 secs.  
 InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:22 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Availability, Description, DeviceID, Name FROM Win32_USBController; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:22 PM    8676
(0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, AdapterType, Description, DeviceID, MACAddress, Manufacturer, Name, ProductName, ServiceName, Status FROM Win32_NetworkAdapter; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent  
 8/7/2013 3:11:22 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = root\SmsDm; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, LastSyncTime, MajorVersion, MinorVersion FROM SMS_ActiveSyncService; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:23 PM    8676
(0x21E4)
Collection: Class "SMS_ActiveSyncService" does not exist out.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:23 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, AuthorizationName, BinPath, DatePosted, DateRevised, ID, InfoPath, Language, LocaleID, Product, QNumbers, RebootType, ScanAgent, Severity, Status, Summary, TimeApplied, TimeAuthorized,
TimeDetected, Title, Type, UnattendSyntax FROM Win32_PatchState; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:23 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Class "Win32_PatchState" does not exist out.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:23 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Availability, Description, DeviceID, Manufacturer, Name, Status FROM Win32_IDEController; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:23
PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, ChassisTypes, Manufacturer, Model, SerialNumber, SMBIOSAssetTag, Tag FROM Win32_SystemEnclosure; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013
3:11:23 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, ID, Language, ProductID, QNumbers, RevisionNumber, Status, TimeDetected, Title, UpdateID FROM Win32_PatchState_Extended; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent  
 8/7/2013 3:11:23 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Class "Win32_PatchState_Extended" does not exist out.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:23 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, InstanceKey, PhysicalHostName, PhysicalHostNameFullyQualified FROM Win32Reg_SMSGuestVirtualMachine64; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013
3:11:23 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Update cached IWbemService pointer to namespace: \\.\root\cimv2    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:23 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Name, TotalPageFileSpace, TotalPhysicalMemory, TotalVirtualMemory FROM CCM_LogicalMemoryConfiguration; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013
3:11:23 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\Nap; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, description, fixupURL, name, napEnabled, napProtocolVersion, systemIsolationState FROM NAP_Client; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013
3:11:23 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, CertificateSelectionCriteria, CertificateStore, ClientAlwaysOnInternet, HttpsStateFlags, InstanceKey, InternetMPHostName, SelectFirstCertificate FROM Win32Reg_SMSAdvancedClientSSLConfiguration;
Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:23 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2\sms; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, AddressWidth, BrandID, CPUHash, CPUKey, DataWidth, DeviceID, Family, Is64Bit, IsMobile, IsMulticore, Manufacturer, MaxClockSpeed, Name, NormSpeed, PCache, ProcessorId, ProcessorType,
Revision, SocketDesignation, Status, SystemName, Version FROM SMS_Processor; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:23 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, CurrentTimeZone, Description, Domain, DomainRole, Manufacturer, Model, Name, NumberOfProcessors, Roles, Status, SystemType, UserName FROM Win32_ComputerSystem; Timeout = 600
secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:24 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2\sms; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, BinFileVersion, BinProductVersion, Description, FileName, FilePropertiesHash, FilePropertiesHashEx, FileVersion, Location, Product, ProductVersion, Publisher, StartupType,
StartupValue FROM SMS_AutoStartSoftware; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:24 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, BuildNumber, Description, Manufacturer, Name, ReleaseDate, SerialNumber, SMBIOSBIOSVersion, SoftwareElementID, SoftwareElementState, TargetOperatingSystem, Version FROM Win32_BIOS;
Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:24 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Availability, Capabilities, DeviceID, Name, Status FROM Win32_ParallelPort; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:24 PM  
 8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2\sms; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, BinFileVersion, BinProductVersion, Description, ExecutableName, FilePropertiesHash, FilePropertiesHashEx, FileSize, FileVersion, HasPatchAdded, InstalledFilePath, IsSystemFile,
IsVitalFile, Language, Product, ProductCode, ProductVersion, Publisher FROM SMS_InstalledExecutable; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:24 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, AnswerMode, DeviceID, DeviceType, Index, MaxBaudRateToPhone, MaxBaudRateToSerialPort, Model, Name, Properties, Status, StringFormat, SystemName, VoiceSwitchFeature FROM Win32_POTSModem;
Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:59 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\ccm\VulnerabilityAssessment; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, DetailKey, DetailScore, DetailValue1, DetailValue2, DetailValue3, Tool, VulnerabilityID FROM Win32_Vulnerability_Detail; Timeout = 600 secs.  
 InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:59 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Class "Win32_Vulnerability_Detail" does not exist out.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:11:59 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\localhost\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, DisplayName, InstallDate, ProdID, Publisher, Version FROM Win32Reg_AddRemovePrograms; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013
3:11:59 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, ID, Name, ParentID FROM Win32_ServerComponent; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:01 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Class "Win32_ServerComponent" does not exist out.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:01 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2\sms; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, AMT, AMTApps, BiosVersion, BuildNumber, DeviceID, Flash, LegacyMode, Netstack, ProvisionMode, ProvisionState, RecoveryBuildNum, RecoveryVersion, Sku, TLSMode, VendorID, ZTCEnabled
FROM SMS_AMTObject; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:01 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, ClientMachineID, IsKeyManagementServiceMachine, KeyManagementServiceCurrentCount, KeyManagementServiceMachine, KeyManagementServiceProductKeyID, PolicyCacheRefreshRequired, RequiredClientCount,
Version, VLActivationInterval, VLRenewalInterval FROM SoftwareLicensingService; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:01 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2\sms; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, ARPDisplayName, CM_DSLID, EvidenceSource, InstallDate, InstallDirectoryValidation, InstalledLocation, InstallSource, InstallType, Language, LocalPackage, ProductCode, ProductID,
ProductName, ProductVersion, Publisher, RegisteredUser, ServicePack, SoftwareCode, SoftwarePropertiesHash, SoftwarePropertiesHashEx, UninstallString, UpgradeCode, VersionMajor, VersionMinor FROM SMS_InstalledSoftware; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent  
 8/7/2013 3:12:01 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, LastUpdateTime, PackageID, PackageVer, Type FROM Win32_ScanPackageVersion; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:12 PM  
 8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Class "Win32_ScanPackageVersion" does not exist out.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:12 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2\sms; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, LastConsoleUse, NumberOfConsoleLogons, SystemConsoleUser, TotalUserConsoleMinutes FROM SMS_SystemConsoleUser; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent  
 8/7/2013 3:12:12 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\ccm\invagt; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Name, SMSID, Domain, SystemRole, SystemType, LocalDateTime FROM CCM_System; Timeout = 600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:12 PM  
 8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: Namespace = \\.\root\cimv2\sms; Query = SELECT __CLASS, __PATH, __RELPATH, Availability, Compressed, Description, DeviceID, DriveType, FileSystem, FreeSpace, Name, Size, SystemName, VolumeName, VolumeSerialNumber FROM SMS_LogicalDisk; Timeout =
600 secs.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:12 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Collection: 50/64 inventory data items successfully inventoried.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:13 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Inventory: Collection Task completed in 74.116 seconds    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:13 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Inventory: 14 Collection Task(s) failed.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:13 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Inventory: Temp report = C:\Windows\SysWOW64\CCM\Inventory\Temp\b10dd5e0-1535-409c-afa0-77a0cd56c8fe.xml    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:13 PM    8676 (0x21E4)
Inventory: Starting reporting task.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:13 PM    10060 (0x274C)
Reporting: 3777 report entries created.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:14 PM    10060 (0x274C)
Inventory: Reporting Task completed in 1.170 seconds    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:14 PM    10060 (0x274C)
Inventory: Successfully sent report. Destination:mp:MP_HinvEndpoint, ID: {3593753E-6C4D-47D1-9EAD-048B981804BD}, Timeout: 80640 minutes MsgMode: Signed, Not Encrypted    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:12:14 PM    10060
(0x274C)
Inventory: Cycle completed in 134.051 seconds    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:13:12 PM    10060 (0x274C)
Inventory: Action completed.    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:13:12 PM    10060 (0x274C)
Inventory: ************************ End of message processing. ************************    InventoryAgent    8/7/2013 3:13:12 PM    10060 (0x274C)
Thanks

Lines like this:
Failed to get IWbemService Ptr for \\localhost\root\Microsoft\appvirt\client
simply means that for that particular client, that wmi namespace does not exist.  I suspect that namespace does not exist on that particular client because for the specific client, it does not have the APPv client.
or like this: Failed to get IWbemService Ptr for \\localhost\root\vm\VirtualServer    means that for that particular client, it does not have Microsoft VirtualServer installed (which you MIGHT have on a server, maybe).
anything like that can be easily ignored and explained.  the only reason to care about those would be if you absolutely 100% KNOW that the namespace root\vm\virtualserver does exist on that client, and it does have instances, and then you are wondering
why it's not reporting.  then maybe you would be concerned.  Otherwise, your log file looks perfectly fine.
So; what problem are you trying to solve?
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