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What does the following SQL error mean?

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Every time I reboot our Windows Server 2003 R2 with all the latest OS patches/updates, I get the following error from GFI Events Manager db (SQL 2000).  I have searched MS KB and GFI product support and can find nothing about what this MS SQL error means.  I have found MySQL references to this error, but we are not running MySQL, nor does GFI require it.

database N/A [Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Program type out of range - HY003
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Are you sure that's a SQL server error messager? I sounds like something else to me. Other than GFI, is there any other application hosted by your 2003 server?

Could you please post the full copy from the event log?

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Sorry for my typo, I am sure you are able to understand ^v^.

Take a look at this:
http://support.gfi.com/manuals/en/nsm6/nsm6manual-1-25.html

GFI monitors Database server by meant of ODBC connections, which was what the error message pointing at. Say, do you have database server in your environment that GFI was setup to monitor? Or any changes in configuration recently in GFI? Better check it out if a check has been set up.

The error is related to the ODBC trying to retrieve information from a database. Why don't you take a look if there is any ODBC was set up.

Hope this all help.

Bunny
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