why msmq create "LOCK" queues ?

Posted on 2011-09-05
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
HI All,

I have no idea why MSMQ create a "Lock Queue" and store my queue messages ? am passing message inside the same machine its not passing or calling remote.

So i don't have a clue why its create Lock Queue.

Any idea plase  ?
Question by:Sha1395
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are you sending your MSMQ messages from your machine to another machine ? if yes and if the remote is not reachable then it will be stored in your local queue. And when the remote machine is queue is available it will then send the messages. Hope you have sufficient access to those queues.
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apeter :answer for your question is "NO". am not sending message to remote.

I have a feeling more like some concurrency problem ?

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Then you are sending message to the same system ?

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Yes am sending message to the same system
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Try below and try sending msmq again

1.In Computer Management, right-click Message Queuing and choose Properties
 2.Go to the Server Security tab
 3.Uncheck "Enable hardened MSMQ mode to secure this computer on the Internet

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3.Uncheck "Enable hardened MSMQ mode to secure this computer on the Internet

Its already unchecked. In the ServerSecurity tab only checked in "Disable un-authenticated RPC calls. (i think that is default).

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I solved the problem by myself but expert comment is helpful to understand some new way to think about it

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