Web server warning event 40968

I am getting the following system event warning at approximately the same time every day.
  Source LsaSrv
  Category:  SPNEGO (negotiator)
  Event:  40968

I am also getting the following entries in my website log file which correspond to the event warning message times:
2007-03-24 15:11:20 W3SVC1 ... GET /iisadmpwd/aexp2b.htr - 80 -  ...  - 403 4 64
2007-03-24 15:11:20 W3SVC1 ... GET / - 80 - 155.147.252.207 - 403 4 5
2007-03-24 15:11:20 W3SVC1  ... GET / - 80 - 155.147.252.207 - 403 4 5
2007-03-24 15:11:20 W3SVC1  ... GET /includes/pnAPI.php oops=id 80 -  ...  - 403 4 5
2007-03-24 15:11:20 W3SVC1  ...  GET /pls/simpledad/admin_/gateway.htm schema=sample 80 -  ...  - 403 4 5
2007-03-24 15:11:20 W3SVC1  ...  GET /cgi-bin/rwcgi60/showenv - 80 -  ...  - 403 4 5

I am running Widows Server 2003 Svc Pk 2 and IIS 6.0.  

This started about 3 weeks ago.  Does anyone know what it is?

Thanks!
barnesgjAsked:
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cj_1969Commented:
GET /pls/simpledad/admin_/gateway.htm schema=sample
appears to be something related to Oracle ...
See if there is a scheduled task or something that is running on the machine that is supposed to be updating or in some way connecting to an Oracle database ... if this just started up and has continued ... check the password for the account that it is using to connect to the database ... I've seen similar sorts of issues with other apps when the password expires or gets locked and an app cannot connect on the backend.
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barnesgjAuthor Commented:
Good answer!  It seems that our network people are doing some scans that appear to be triggering this.
Thanks!!!
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