Windows - Driver Entry Point Not Found

Hi,

I've got an error reoccuring message on my Windows 2000 SBS server.

"Windows - Driver Entry Point Not Found
The \SystemRoot\System32\Drivers\TDTCP.SYS device driver could not locate
the entry point IcaZwClose in driver termdd.sys"

Recently, I installed Windows 2000 SP4 on this machine although I'm not sure if this error appeared immediatly after the Service Pack install or wether its realated.

There doesn't seem to be anything of interest in the Event Log.

Has anyone any idea what the solution is or what drivers these are associated with ?

Regards,

Alan
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tykneetpCommented:
According to my search, both are related to Terminal Services and the ICA (Citrix?) client. Might want to try re-installing the Citrix software, or check your terminal services installation.

May be a good start.
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areganAuthor Commented:

Interesting ... but we dont use any Citrix software or clients ...
I rebooted the server last nite while things were quiet.. our error message disappeared but we then suffered bigger problems - corrupting in exchange .. restored exchange databaseand everytihing seems to be back to normal. Weird though.

Thanks

Alan
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