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WMI@SERVER Error

About once a month we get an email saying:

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From: WMI@SERVER
Subject: Error on SERVER

CHISRVR has reported a Error.  Reported status is:
Queues - Unknown
Drives - Unknown
Services - Error
Memory - Unknown
CPU - Unknown
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What is this???
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rpmccly
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e_aravindCommented:
Looks like some .vbs script is added\configured on the server

>> want to search for any .vbs files (especially on the system folder like c:\windows)
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rpmcclyAuthor Commented:
I did a search for .vbs but didn't see any about WMI.
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e_aravindCommented:
My guess is that we can use the .vbs script to use your exchange-server;port-number...to send an email with the subject "WMI@server"

You could also check\investigate on the "Task scheduler"? on those affected servers

>> check the scheduler on the exchange-server too...just in case any remote WMI or VBS queries....
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rpmcclyAuthor Commented:
I couldn't find a .vbs but what you are saying makes sense. I wasn't worried about it unless you experts had seen it before and it sounds like it would be nothing even if we found it. Thanks for the help.
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