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Event id 9646, session "7d157e94-be5f-482c-a366-425f10cffafa" exceeded the maximum of 32 objects of type "session"

Posted on 2008-10-01
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Yesterday, I started receiving this error, I got it about 5 times throughout the day all with the same long session ID#. Today I have received it 3 times already and the ID# is the same in all 3 messages however it is a different number than yesterday.

In most of everything I have seen this error message usually identifies a specific user, which of course in my case it does not. I have not made any recent changes to my environment. Is there a way to translate this session id to a specific user? How can I determine what is causing this error? Thanks.
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by:and_the_beat_goes_on
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Forgot to mention... I am getting them exactly every 30 minutes.
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by:sk_raja_raja
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do you have exchange server
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by:and_the_beat_goes_on
ID: 22617433
I have Exchange 2007, SP1 w/Windows Server std, R2, SP2

I have seen similar articles as you posted above, my problem though is that the error message I am receiving (which is pasted into the subject of this question) is not in the same format that these articles mention, ie: "/o=Domain/ou=Dmatek ISR/cn=Recipients/cn=Jasminel". The only thing I am getting are numbers & letters that don't mean anything to me, though I am sure they do to Windows :-)
So my question was how to I translate these characters to an actual user? Or is my problem even an user?

Thanks
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gupnit earned 1000 total points
ID: 22734907
Hi,
Do not be worried about the SID...!
Please test these options....
Cheers
Nitin
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by:and_the_beat_goes_on
ID: 31502038
Problem went away on its own, I will keep this info in case it crops up again.
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