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NetDDE errors every 30 minutes

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On one of my Windows 2000 Member Servers, in the System Log, I'm getting an Event ID:206 every 30 minutes.  Details are "Listen Failed:15".....This is scaring the crap out of me...Can anyone help me find out what this error means and how to resolve it?  Thanks.
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Any of these apply to your situation? http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=206&source=NetDDE
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I have just run into this error on 2 of my W2K Servers fully patched. We had removed a network cable for labeling and reattached. The error then started to appear. The error then went away after a reboot. We installed a gigabit card on a W2K server as well and had the same error. This again went away after a reboot.
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