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Check Physical Container Global Table at Server

had to error messages I can't find info for, check physical container global table at server, and Event type "container security breach" reported for "phyiscal container global table" group. Any ideas on what the message means?
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Have you modified the Active Directory default configuration?  

Please post the entire error message you are receiving with the Event ID.

Jeff
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compukenAuthor Commented:
I have upgraded the server to small business server 2000 service pack 1a, I have left the office and at this time cannot get the whole message with event Id, but I can tell you I got this message twice, both times after logging into the server
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compukenAuthor Commented:
I think the error before the event type said SSL certificate failed,
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compukenAuthor Commented:
according to this http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?t=25040 it is intel's monitoring saying that the front door is open, which it is, could that really cause that error?
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Ah... didn't realize this was SBS 2000... and yes, that's what the error is referring to.  Not really a major issue if your server is otherwise in a secure location.

Details:
http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=11&eventno=2009&source=Local%20Response%20Agent&phase=1


Jeff
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compukenAuthor Commented:
Thanks, yes we are a small company and its easy to know when a person is at the server and I am the only one allowed to work on it
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasyPrincipal ConsultantCommented:
Even though you are small (as are ALL of my clients) it's always important to make sure that your server is secure.  By this I mean either locked in a closet or bolted to the floor.  Especially if your office is located in a building that is not all that secure to begin with.  Theft of servers is quite common and if you were to lose yours, would you be prepared to restore it quickly?

Also, if you employ a 3rd party cleaning service that has after hours access it's wise to limit their ability to access any computer system.

I'm not saying that you don't or haven't considered these issues, just thought I'd post them up to remind anyone who happens upon this question.  Too often small companies don't realize the value of what is on their computers until they lose one.

:-)

Jeff
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