I have a ton of DCOM 10009 errors on our SBS 2008 server... should I be worried?
There are like dozens... maybe hundreds per hour. It seems lots of them seconds apart for the same system.
I clicked on a bunch and many of the systems are old systems that are long gone... is there an easy way I can just tell the domain to stop trying to contact computers that have not been on the network in months or years?
I did eventually find one that was still on the network. The PC is actually windows XP. (I know... we are replacing them soon).
So I am curious if maybe the problem is actually that it is winxp and xp is EOL so the server no longer supports talking with it on DCOM...
If it's not apparently I know little about windows. Can anyone help point me in the right direction here? Should I be alarmed? Is there some easy way I can mitigate the meaningless errors about not finding PC's that have not been around for over a year?
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