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I have a SBS 2008 with an Exchange Server 2007

I have realizing that the following attachments are in the System Event Log extensively.

Please see all 5 attachments
Microsoft-Software-Shady-Copy.JPG
Volume-Shadow-Copy.JPG
Windows-Modules-Intaller.JPG
WinHTTP.JPG
WMI.JPG
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Question by:George Zarif
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by:Jian An Lim
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that's normal.
(first two) Volume shadow copy start stop when doing snapshot

Windows Modules isntaller happen when you install software.

WINHTTP is for OWA

and WMI when querying your performance which SBS occasionally run reports against the server


so what is your question?
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by:George Zarif
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I wanted to know if it is normal to see them so so much in the event log!!!
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Jian An Lim earned 2000 total points
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they looks normal to me.
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