Anthony 2006-01-03 17:34:02 UTC PermalinkRaw Message have you looked at the "Local security policy for Comain Controllers" inadministrative tools and verified that the action account for MOM indeed hasrights to logon x 3 Jerry Otto The MOM-Action account needs admin rights. Anyone have any ideas?Event 9009 Spoiler: show Log Name: ApplicationSource: MSExchange AssistantsDate: 3/5/2012 11:18:20 AMEvent ID: 9009Task Category: AssistantsLevel: WarningKeywords: ClassicUser: N/AComputer: EXCH02.domain.comDescription:Service MSExchangeMailboxAssistants. Please use the SetActionAccount utility to set an actionaccount which meets the guidelines documented in the Microsoft OperationsManager documentation. http://silkiconfinder.com/event-id/event-source-lsasrv-event-category-spnego-negotiator-event-id-40960.html
Background The MOM server installation provided by Client Security is not configured for any specific number of client licenses. Forgot your username? RESOLUTION :To resolve this problem, make sure that a domain controller is available on the network, that the action account is active, and that the action accounts password has not expired, To grant permissions, do the following: on the management, collection, and reporting servers, add the domain user account that the SQL Server Agent service for the reporting database runs under to More about the author
I'd kick one off in Health Mode first to see if it turns up any quick-fixes for the users in question before digging deeper. Agent incoming queue data submission has been blocked with event IDs 21268 and 21269 Periodically, the following events may be logged on the MOM agent (in the order listed): Error This allows the agent to hold more temporary data should the agent be unable to communicate with the MOM server. Manage Your Profile | Site Feedback Site Feedback x Tell us about your experience...
Solution Run the Configuration wizard by launching the Client Security console for the first time. Solution These errors can be ignored. Before you can adjust the agent's queue size, you must first enable configuration changes. Background The "NETWORK SERVICE" account does not have Activate permissions in DCOM.
Solution Use the MOM tool SetActionAccount.exe to inform MOM of the new password. x 4 EventID.Net See ME883347 to resolve this problem. Additionally, the MOM server's incoming queue size can be adjusted. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb643195.aspx You will be prompted > to provide the new account password.
Please use the SetActionAccount utility to set an actionaccount which meets the guidelines documented in the Microsoft OperationsManager documentation. Please use the SetActionAccount utility toset an action account which meets the guidelines documented in the MicrosoftOperations Manager documentation.For more information, see Help and Support Center athttp://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp. The SetActionAccount.exe tool can be found in the Client Security installation folder, in the following location: Client Security\Server\Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 The tool uses the following command-line syntax: SetActionAccount.exe
In the Select Users, Computers or Groups box, type network service and click OK. More Bonuses For your use replace: server_MG domain.ending domain\mom_account with values relevant to your situation". Hit enter and type the password for the mom_account twice. I tried theserver name.
I tried the server name. this contact form After the correct password has beenprovided, the MOM Service can be restarted.--Thanks!Stephanie Couch [MSFT]Microsoft Operations Manager TestThis posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.OR if you Show: Inherited Protected Print Export (0) Print Export (0) Share IN THIS ARTICLE Is this page helpful? This information (the name of theconfiguration group) can be found if you open the administrator console.So if my config group name was PDiddyPimps, then you would execute:setactionaccount pdiddypimps mydomain\myuser--Regards,Blake Mengotto ::
An example of the errors are below. You should set this value such that you no longer regularly get the agent queue full event. Click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then click OK. 2. http://silkiconfinder.com/event-id/event-id-1530-event-source-microsoft-windows-user-profiles-service.html The system is on Exchange 2010 SP1 RU5.Edit: Fixed link Sog Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Jun 6, 2002Posts: 1372 Posted: Wed Mar 14, 2012 9:18 am The servers were restarted on
I am glad to be ofassistance.--Daniel LaiMVP-Management InfrastructureGCR Microsoft IT Academy MentorGCR Culminis Council Member, Speaker (Hong Kong & Taiwan)http://msmvps.com/danielPost by Jim HI am starting to have these problems on Windows microsoft.public.mom Discussion: Agent service stopping w/Event 9029 (too old to reply) Jim H 2006-01-03 16:57:59 UTC PermalinkRaw Message I am starting to have these problems on Windows 2003/SP1 domaincontrollers - Momservice x 6 Private comment: Subscribers only.
Right-click the domain object, and then click Properties. 3. What is [config_group] what goes there. Under Permissions for NETWORK SERVICE, select the Allow check box for Remote Launch, Local Activation, and Remote Activation. If there is no identifying personal data and the user has selected the option to use SpyNet, there will be no prompt.
Event ID 21711 After the second agent for Client Security is deployed, you might see event ID 21711 in the Application log: Error message There are x more managed computers in this Normally, when the agent can communicate with the MOM server, the queue will not completely fill. After the correct password has been provided, the MOM Service can be restarted. Check This Out To correct the registry information On the affected Client Security agent, find the location of the FcsSas.exe file.
However, clientsetup.exe does not restart the client system, which is required by the hotfix. If thismachine is a Domain Controller, verify that the action account is grantedthe ability to Log On Locally. Should the alert reappear, increase the queue size further. In the details pane, double-click Agents and click the Temporary Storage tab.
Click the Identity tab, enter the correct password, and then click OK. x 3 EventID.Net From a newsgroup post: "Run "setactionaccount.exe [CONFIG_GROUP]
Wish we knew why, but with no leads as to a cause having the issue disappear will work for now. 5 posts Ars Technica > Forums > Operating Systems & Software Thx, rene "Stephanie Couch [MSFT]" wrote: > Run : > setactionaccount.exe [CONFIG_GROUP] YOURDOMAIN\YOURACTIONUSER > > to reset your action account password on the machine.
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