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Is there a way to translate the characters in the hex of Windows errors in the event viewer into meaningful text? What does this represent?
We are trying to upgrade our installation to SQL Server 2005 (64-Bit) Edition, but we cannot get past the following error reported in the Event Log: *********************************** Event Type: Error Event Source: MsiInstaller Event Category: None Event ID: 11706 Date: 17/07/2008 Time: 14:01:43...
I have been monitoring the event log on one of our servers (2003 R2) and there is something wierd going on. There is an account that gets enabled, and almost immediately it is disabled (within a second to a minute). The account is HelpAssistant_xxxxxx, where xxxxxx varies every time. It is...