Event Log ID 2 restarting MxDomainManager



On my Windows Server 2003 the event log is being filled up with the following events: event id 2 restarting MxDomainManager.
Please can let me know what this means?


Thanks.
PolymorphexpertAsked:
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jss1199Commented:
Hi Polymorphexpert,

This service is part of HP SIM (System Insight Manager).  The MxDomainManager restarting is a known problem and the only way that I know to resolve it is to remove all HP Insight applications and reinstall.

If your company does not use HP SIM for systems management or monitoring, disabled the services or uninstall..


Cheers!
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PolymorphexpertAuthor Commented:


Thanks for the reply.
Will this issue cause any problems or can I leave it as it is?


Thanks.
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