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Critical Error in Application Log: SuperSocket info: ConnectionListen(Shared-Memory (LPC)) : Error 5.

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Hello,

Since a week we have a new Windows 2003 Small Business Server, with SQL 2000.

Now and then (once-twice a day) I find this error in the application log:

SuperSocket info: ConnectionListen(Shared-Memory (LPC)) : Error 5.

Any ideas ? Can't find any information that helps me ...

Thanks,
Frank

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Usually doesn't mean too much.  make sure in your server network utility that you only have the protocols enabled that you need--make sure you don't have VIA enabled.

Brett
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