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SCOM Event ID's: 10103 and 10102 PerfDataSource

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I am working in an environment of approximately 400 serves running mostly Server 2003 Enterprise with Service Pack 2 and we use SCOM 2007
In the Operations Manager event logs on most of the server we are continually getting these events (10102 and 10103).
However when you check for the counters in perfmon they are all there..
Is this a bug? Does anyone have any ideas?
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