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February 25, 2005 1:04:30 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.advanced_server (More info?)

My System event viewer on our Windows 2000 server is full of DCOM errors.
They started probably 8 months ago for some unknown reason and pile up. The
seem to involve approximately half of our workstations. There have been 220
just today from midnight to 11:30am. One is event 10006 and the other is
10009. General access denied and unable to communicate are the errors. I
have asked several people and have been told it is nothing to worry about but
seeing the viewer full of red messages is nerve racking. Any ideas?
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Thanks,
Stacey

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February 25, 2005 1:11:12 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.advanced_server (More info?)

After reading some of the posts, I found a solution. Whoever said to take
the number out of the error message and do a search thru the regedit file was
a genius. I have found that Diskeeper was causing all of my problems. I
have just deleted it and am monitoring the event viewer. It has been 25
since my last DCOM error. I will reinstall Diskeeper later this afternoon to
see if my errors restart.

"Stacey" wrote:

> My System event viewer on our Windows 2000 server is full of DCOM errors.
> They started probably 8 months ago for some unknown reason and pile up. The
> seem to involve approximately half of our workstations. There have been 220
> just today from midnight to 11:30am. One is event 10006 and the other is
> 10009. General access denied and unable to communicate are the errors. I
> have asked several people and have been told it is nothing to worry about but
> seeing the viewer full of red messages is nerve racking. Any ideas?
> --
> Thanks,
> Stacey
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