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Event ID 8021 and 8022 since installing VMWare

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Hi,

I am receiving a lot of entries for the following events on a server. (EventIDs 8021 & 8022)

http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=8021&eventno=117&source=BROWSER&phase=1
http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=8022&eventno=453&source=BROWSER&phase=1

The server is running Windows 2000 Server, the PDC is running Server 2003 and the BDC 2003 R2.  The domain functional level is 2003.

Checking the first occurrence I can see the issue started on the same day as the creation date for the VMWare Server folder, and so it seems a safe bet it's related.

I expect it is something to do with the additional network interfaces created by the VMWare install, but I am having trouble determining exactly what is the cause.

Appreciate any help that you can provide!

Edit:
No idea why this has ended up in Checkpoint Firewall/Network Firewalls section.  Feel free to remove it from this zone, as I don't seem to have this ability after submitting the question.

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For each "VMWare NIC" on the host, open its properties, then open the properties of TCP/IP, click the Advanced button, go to the WINS tab, and set NetBIOS over TCP/IP to "Disabled".
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by:Degenerateuk
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Cheers, done this and will wait and see the effect.  Event usually occurs on a 15 minute cycle, will award points if/when it is not there.

Thanks for the swift response.
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