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~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
MS MVP-Windows (IE, OE, Security, Shell/User)
AumHa VSOP & Admin; DTS-L.net
> I've come across a couple issues deploying this:
> 1. On a PDC Emulator (2003) we received Event ID 2510 - The Server
> was unable to map error code 998. This occurred rapidly for exactly 4
> minutes then all of a sudden stopped. We're waiting to reboot again to
> if they come back, maybe some sort of timeout. The server is running
> Symantec AV, so it might be related to Symantec. Just wondering if anyone
> else has seen it since applying MS08-067?
> 2. On a DHCP server (2003 R2) we received Event ID 1059 - DHCP Service
> failed to contact a Directory server for authorization. This lasted for
> approximately 25 minutes then stopped when Event ID 1044 was issued
> it was now authorized to start. Possibly a fluke, we'll test further.
> 3. We have a SQL error related to named pipes occurring every second.
> track down our guy and get the specifics
> Just throwing the feeler out there to see if anyone else is encountering
> ill effects from MS08-067...