In one of my previous posts I had a similar problem which I had thought to be resolved but that was proven wrong to me last evening.
Here is the link to my previous post: http://www.experts-exchange.com/OS/Microsoft_Operating_Systems/Server/Remote_Desktop-Terminal_Services/Q_23101970.html#discussion
A brief recap: We have a Win Server 2003 Server with the roles of Web Application and Terminal Server. Lately I have been getting calls that the client is having problems such using the application on the Terminal Server, printing and, etc.. As soon as I would get this phone call I had learned that I need to reboot the Server. On almost every similar occasion, when I would go through the System Log I would see the following errors in chronological order: First I would see Error Event ID 1103 which would then be followed by numerous Error Event ID 333, flooding the log.
Based on the recommendations and solutions from my previous post I deleted all the unwanted Printer Drivers, uninstalled all installed printers (since we never use the server to print directly from Consol) and updated the Antivirus software. I was almost certain that the problem had been resolved but I was wrong.
Yesterday evening I got a phone call that there is a problem again. So once again I checked the Event Log and there it was, numerous Errors generated by Event ID 333. But this time it was a little different. Error Event ID 1103 was NOT the first Error that appeared. The very first Error was Event ID 59. This was repeated for about dozen times repeatedly. Then appeared Event ID 333 for a few times, followed by more Event ID 59. Then there was ONE occurrence of the Event ID 1103 and it was followed by more Error Event ID 333. Then a "Warning" with Event ID 56, followed by more Event ID 333. About a couple of dozen Event ID 333 there was ONE occurrence of Event ID 2019 and, finally, even more Event ID 333, flooding the remainder of the Event Log.
I have attached some screen captures as well as a copy of the Log in text format.