Event ID 4100 or Event ID 4356 is logged in the application event log

Event ID 4100 or Event ID 4356 is logged in the application event log

Post by Tim Gowe » Wed, 22 Mar 2006 20:38:19


I've had the following error in event logs in all my Windows 2003 servers
off and on:

The COM+ Event System failed to create an instance of the subscriber
{D3938AB0-5B9D-11D1-8DD2-00AA004ABD5E}. StandardCreateInstance returned
HRESULT 80070422.

The Knowledgebase refers me to a hotfix
( http://www.yqcomputer.com/ ) which is not really relevant
to me because I'm not running SMS. The subscriber is always "SENS
Subscriber for EventSystem EventObjectChange events".

I've looked for a solution to this problem, but cannot find one.



Tim
 
 
 

1. Detect the latest Event log occcurence of a particlar Event ID in the Event log

2. Event ID 4100 fill Application Logs

After installing the SMS 2003 advanced client we have
Event ID 4100's filling application log on both server
(Windows 2000) and workstation clients (Windows 2000
Pro). I have found a post from December 2003 that
mentions this is a known issue from Microsoft and that a
fix would soon be available. (copied below) I have not
been able to find any further information regarding the
fix. Does anyone know of an available fix?

Here is the previous post response....

issue, I have been able
client. The problem
invoke the UI when no
the event 4100 that
fix for this that


Thank-you.

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