System log errors in w2k


R

Rudy

Should i worry about error messages in my system log (i
translated from Dutch):

1) Cannot start IPSec PolicyAgent-service: Cannot start
Oakley.
2) IPSec PolicyAgent-service: Cannot start IPSec-driver.
3) Following startup drivers cannot start: DumaNT
4) nVidia WDM TVAudio Crossbar-service cannot start due to
the following problem: the indicated file cannot be found.
5) asapiW2k-service cannot be started due to the following
error: System cannot find the indicated file.

My system is operating without a flaw, never a blue screen
or a stoll, fast as a whistle, but you never know huh?
 
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Sean Dwyer[MSFT]

Hi Rudy:

For the IPSec questions, you'll want to post in
microsoft.public.wind2000.active_directory

As for the missing files causing the services to fail to load, I've seen
this happen when the programs are deleted as opposed to being uninstalled
using their uninstall program.
Also - check to see if the error states what file it thinks is missing -
then search all drives for it. If you don't find it, then it's a good bet
that something has removed it for one reason or another.


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: Should i worry about error messages in my system log (i
: translated from Dutch):
:
: 1) Cannot start IPSec PolicyAgent-service: Cannot start
: Oakley.
: 2) IPSec PolicyAgent-service: Cannot start IPSec-driver.
: 3) Following startup drivers cannot start: DumaNT
: 4) nVidia WDM TVAudio Crossbar-service cannot start due to
: the following problem: the indicated file cannot be found.
: 5) asapiW2k-service cannot be started due to the following
: error: System cannot find the indicated file.
:
: My system is operating without a flaw, never a blue screen
: or a stoll, fast as a whistle, but you never know huh?
:
 

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