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Posted on 2004-08-10
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We set up logging in the active directory and started getting errors in the log files which microsoft claims is there fault.  We stopped the logging and the errors stopped but now our ISA reports fail.  What needs to be done to correct our problem with the ISA Reports.
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Not enough details in your post. But if your Event viewer is failing. DO the following.

Stop the Event Viewer Service.
Delete all EVT files from c:\winnt\system32\config - You may need to change your options to view hidden and system files in explorer.

Reboot server
Turn on logging
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Could you please give us an update as to the question, and/or close it please. Thank You ;)

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I apologize,  I did what you requested and it did stop the errors for about 12 days and now they are back.  The error codes state that we need to contact Microsoft to get the fix for this problem.  I believe that is what we are going to do.  
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