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Event Id 16022 on Exchange 2010 Server

Posted on 2015-02-12
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Exchange Server 2010 Enterprise SP3 RU8 64 bit
Windows 2008 R2 64 bit

Get this message every some many hours

Type :            Information
Date :            2/12/2015
Time :            4:53:39 PM
Event :            16022
Source :            MSExchangeTransport
Category :      Configuration
User :            N/A
Computer :      email.server
Description:
The description for Event ID ( 16022 ) in Source ( MSExchangeTransport ) could not be found.
Either the component that raises this event is not installed on the computer or the installation is corrupted.You can install or repair the component or try to change Description Server.

The following information was included with the event (insertion strings):
Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.TransportServerConfiguration



Mail is flowing inbound and outbound

Am having minor issues with internal servers trying to send mail on port 25 to an internal support email account.

Seen other posts on here but not related..

Connectors issue?

Let me know what you need to see I can post

Thoughts anyone?
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Anything third party installed on the server? Any other errors proceeding before / after this one, such as a Watson dump?

I would look at third party transport agents, or a server that is out of date on its patches (which may actually fix this issue). What it sounds like is that when emails are going in / out of the organization, as they hit the transport agents within the transport pipeline one of the agents is crapping out and hanging the EdgeTransport.exe process. If that hangs, then usually a watson dump error would be thrown followed by this..

If you run Get-TransportAgent post it here, and lets see if any of the agents are not default. If there are non-default transport agents there then I would disable them (Disable-TransportAgent "Transport Agent Display Name") and then restart the MS Exchange Transport service. From there monitor and see if this clears it up. If it does reinstall the third party application that injected the agent.

If there are no third party agents, then I would think about applying the latest roll up and service pack. This **may** fix the issue when the DLL's are reapplied during a service pack / update rollup.
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Adam

thank you for replying

Exchange Server is SP3 RU 8     is that the latest?

I run ORF Fusion  but I was getting this message before I put on ORF Fusion

I also Run Backup Assist which has an Exchange add in again was getting this message before I installed.

One note I did upgrade from Exchange 2007 to 2010 Could I have something from 2007 still hanging around.
The 2007 server has been uninstalled and removed from the network

Here is the get=transportagent  


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[PS] C:\Windows\system32>get-transportagent | fl


RunspaceId            : 1c1ee6fa-abc6-46dc-a3c0-7c6e8af2d200
Enabled               : True
Priority              : 1
TransportAgentFactory : Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.Agent.ConnectionFiltering.ConnectionFilteringAgentFactory
AssemblyPath          : D:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange
                        Server\V14\TransportRoles\agents\Hygiene\Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.Agent.Hygiene.dll
Identity              : Connection Filtering Agent
IsValid               : True
ObjectState           : New

RunspaceId            : 1c1ee6fa-abc6-46dc-a3c0-7c6e8af2d200
Enabled               : True
Priority              : 2
TransportAgentFactory : Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.Agent.ContentFilter.ContentFilterAgentFactory
AssemblyPath          : D:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange
                        Server\V14\TransportRoles\agents\Hygiene\Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.Agent.Hygiene.dll
Identity              : Content Filter Agent
IsValid               : True
ObjectState           : New

RunspaceId            : 1c1ee6fa-abc6-46dc-a3c0-7c6e8af2d200
Enabled               : True
Priority              : 3
TransportAgentFactory : Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.Agent.SenderId.SenderIdAgentFactory
AssemblyPath          : D:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange
                        Server\V14\TransportRoles\agents\Hygiene\Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.Agent.Hygiene.dll
Identity              : Sender Id Agent
IsValid               : True
ObjectState           : New

RunspaceId            : 1c1ee6fa-abc6-46dc-a3c0-7c6e8af2d200
Enabled               : True
Priority              : 4
TransportAgentFactory : Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.Agent.ProtocolFilter.SenderFilterAgentFactory
AssemblyPath          : D:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange
                        Server\V14\TransportRoles\agents\Hygiene\Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.Agent.Hygiene.dll
Identity              : Sender Filter Agent
IsValid               : True
ObjectState           : New

RunspaceId            : 1c1ee6fa-abc6-46dc-a3c0-7c6e8af2d200
Enabled               : True
Priority              : 5
TransportAgentFactory : Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.Agent.ProtocolFilter.RecipientFilterAgentFactory
AssemblyPath          : D:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange
                        Server\V14\TransportRoles\agents\Hygiene\Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.Agent.Hygiene.dll
Identity              : Recipient Filter Agent
IsValid               : True
ObjectState           : New

RunspaceId            : 1c1ee6fa-abc6-46dc-a3c0-7c6e8af2d200
Enabled               : True
Priority              : 6
TransportAgentFactory : Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.Agent.ProtocolAnalysis.ProtocolAnalysisAgentFactory
AssemblyPath          : D:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange
                        Server\V14\TransportRoles\agents\Hygiene\Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.Agent.Hygiene.dll
Identity              : Protocol Analysis Agent
IsValid               : True
ObjectState           : New

RunspaceId            : 1c1ee6fa-abc6-46dc-a3c0-7c6e8af2d200
Enabled               : True
Priority              : 7
TransportAgentFactory : Vamsoft.ORF.TransportAgents.VSSmtpReceiveAgentFactory
AssemblyPath          : C:\Program Files (x86)\ORF Fusion\orftagent.dll
Identity              : Vamsoft ORF SMTP Receive Agent
IsValid               : True
ObjectState           : New

RunspaceId            : 1c1ee6fa-abc6-46dc-a3c0-7c6e8af2d200
Enabled               : True
Priority              : 8
TransportAgentFactory : Vamsoft.ORF.TransportAgents.VSRoutingAgentFactory
AssemblyPath          : C:\Program Files (x86)\ORF Fusion\orftagent.dll
Identity              : Vamsoft ORF Routing Agent
IsValid               : True
ObjectState           : New

RunspaceId            : 1c1ee6fa-abc6-46dc-a3c0-7c6e8af2d200
Enabled               : True
Priority              : 9
TransportAgentFactory : Microsoft.Exchange.MessagingPolicies.TransportRuleAgent.TransportRuleAgentFactory
AssemblyPath          : D:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\TransportRoles\agents\Rule\Microsoft.Exchange.Me
                        ssagingPolicies.TransportRuleAgent.dll
Identity              : Transport Rule Agent
IsValid               : True
ObjectState           : New

RunspaceId            : 1c1ee6fa-abc6-46dc-a3c0-7c6e8af2d200
Enabled               : True
Priority              : 10
TransportAgentFactory : Microsoft.Exchange.TextMessaging.MobileDriver.TextMessagingRoutingAgentFactory
AssemblyPath          : D:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\bin\Microsoft.Exchange.MobileDriver.dll
Identity              : Text Messaging Routing Agent
IsValid               : True
ObjectState           : New

RunspaceId            : 1c1ee6fa-abc6-46dc-a3c0-7c6e8af2d200
Enabled               : True
Priority              : 11
TransportAgentFactory : Microsoft.Exchange.TextMessaging.MobileDriver.TextMessagingDeliveryAgentFactory
AssemblyPath          : D:\Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\bin\Microsoft.Exchange.MobileDriver.dll
Identity              : Text Messaging Delivery Agent
IsValid               : True
ObjectState           : New



[PS] C:\Windows\system32>


I do see the ORF DLL's  in this list



Thoughts?
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Disable the ORF transport agents, and then restart the MS Exchange Transport service. Test and monitor, but I have a feeling the ORF transport agents are causing this to crash out.


There are two listed above..

Vamsoft.ORF.TransportAgents.VSSmtpReceiveAgentFactory

Vamsoft.ORF.TransportAgents.VSRoutingAgentFactory
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Adam

Sorry for the delay

I have not been able to disable the two above been getting hit with many spam emails lately if I turn them off my users will get bombed

Will try for one day soon.
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It's fine, and I completely understand. It is possible that those two transport agents are causing the issue so I was going to recommend reinstalling them *but* I would rather verify first. It wont exactly hurt to reinstall them, just the possibility of spam getting in. I would contact the vendor to see what is the best "method" to going upon this.
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Adam

Found this

http://vamsoft.com/support/docs/orf-help/5.3/ta-manage

Going to schedule this over the weekend alerted users to be aware of possible spam email over that time period.
Exchange 2010 Antispam function is on also that will help a little.

Disable-TransportAgent -Identity "Vamsoft.ORF.TransportAgents.VSSmtpReceiveAgentFactory"
Disable-TransportAgent -Identity "Vamsoft.ORF.TransportAgents.VSRoutingAgentFactory"

Restart-Service MSExchangeTransport

Will post results soon
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All of a sudden the event 16022 now showing

Log Name:      Application
Source:        MSExchangeTransport
Date:          1/10/2015 5:46:39 PM
Event ID:      16022
Task Category: Configuration
Level:         Information
Keywords:      Classic
User:          N/A
Computer:      serv025.our.network.tgcsnet.com
Description:
A configuration update for Microsoft.Exchange.Transport.TransportServerConfiguration has successfully completed.


Do not understand how this cleared itself  but it is good enough

Thanks for the info
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