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SBS 2008 DCOM error

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please help me w/ the following error:

DCOM 10010 9/13/2011 10:08:26 PM 1
Event Details:    The server {0B5A2C52-3EB9-470A-96E2-6C6D4570E40F} did not register with DCOM within the required timeout.
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Honestly, most of the time these can be ignored.  Are you seeing other errors that are related to this?

If you want to investigate further, look for the {0B5A2C52-3EB9-470A-96E2-6C6D4570E40F} string in the registry to see what name it's associated with, then you could find this name/component under Component Services > DCOM Config.
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satisfactory and fair answer.
The error has disappeared.
thank you for the solution!
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