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Event ID 1002 relating to a Brother MFC unit

I have two brother printers installed on a Windows 10 workstation.  They are both network printers.  One is an MFC-L5900DW and the other is a HL-L8360CDW.

The MFC is giving a 1002event ID.  Since the MFC is used as a scanner, It does not seem reasonable to disable the Windows Image acquisition service.  Other research suggested removing a registry key, but I only have the keys as noted in the regedit screen shot.


While the items are just warnings, and so far have not affected anything, I would like to not have them show up.
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Wilf

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Found the folder further down under Microsoft \software and deleted it.  Now I have only half as many warnings as before.  I used the search function to find the folder, and there were several other instances of the BRlog.  Should I delete all of them.
The article suggests disabling the WIA service, but the scanning function is needed
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