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TMG 2010 Status: 64 The specified network name is no longer available.

I see intermittent "Status: 64 The specified network name is no longer available" in my TMG logs for a a couple of published web servers that are part of an application.  I fear its impact on users increases as the number of users and connections increases.  I am trying to determine if this is part of the cause of web application issues or a symptom of web application issues.

I also sometimes see 10054 and 10053 errors for the same published web severs.  I haev HTTPS inspection disabled. Both use HTTPS, one on 443 and the other on 8443.
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pwindellCommented:
It is typically a resolution problem and might possibly also involve something "assuming" the wrong DNS Suffix.  Those are wild guesses of course.

There isn't anything else I can suggest with such little information to go on.
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banjo1960Author Commented:
I had microsoft on the line with another issue, and reviewed the symptoms with them.  It appears to be normal symptoms for how the web application is operating. The users experience no performance problems.  
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banjo1960Author Commented:
Discussed with Microsoft support
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