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Wins error

By knagaraj ·
Hi,
I am getting the following event log on gcs server continuously. Please provide the solutions to resolve the issue.

EVENT # 55017
EVENT LOG System
EVENT TYPE Error
SOURCE Wins
EVENT ID 4102
COMPUTERNAME <gcsserver>
TIME 8/13/2008 5:56:51 PM
MESSAGE The connection was aborted by the remote WINS. Remote WINS may not be configured to replicate with the server.

BINARY DATA 0000: 1C 03 00 00 08 00 00 E0


Thanks,
knagaraj

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Here is a helpful link.

by bart777 In reply to Wins error

http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=4102&eventno=94&source=Wins&phase=1

This is a great site for troubleshooting errors with given Event ID numbers.

Hope this helps.

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But it is paid link

by knagaraj In reply to Here is a helpful link.

Is there any other link through which i can get the solution?

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It's free. There is a little trick.

by bart777 In reply to But it is paid link

If you don't want to pay for it you can just use the article number that is in the link and do a search on the Microsoft support site.

But I would say that the minor fee is well worth the price.

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Wins error "EVENT ID 4102 "...

WINS Event ID 4102 Event Message
The following event message is an example of a event ID 4102 event message. The data section contains important information for troubleshooting. Change the view of the data section of the event from bytes to words.

Source: WINS
Event ID 4102
Description:
The connection was aborted by the remote WINS. Remote WINS may not be configured to replicate with the server.

Data Words: 0000: 0000033f e0000008
If a WINS server has set up a Pull partner, but the Pull partner has not set up a Push partner, the Pull partner logs an event ID 4102.

If you run a Network Monitor trace, you see that the TCP session is established (TCP three-way handshake). To analyze this type of error, configure Network Monitor with the WINS parser. When you use the correct Network Monitor WINS parser, the "Start Association" request and reply appears for the source WINS server and the target WINS server.

When the source client sends a "WINS Add version Number Map Table Request" message, the target WINS server (that does not have a partner set up) sends the following error message:
WINS: Stop Reason = Message Error
When this error occurs, the WINS server that initiates the replication replies with the following error message:
WINS: Stop Reason = User Initiated
When this occurs, the TCP session is dropped (TCP FIN).
Possible Causes for the WINS 4102 Event Messages
A WINS event ID 4102 event message typically means that there is a communication failure during a WINS connection. This may occur if a WINS server is configured as a Push or Pull partner with a computer that is not configured as a partner with the first WINS server. Verify that all WINS Servers in the environment are correctly configured.

You may also receive a WINS event ID 4102 event message if a rogue WINS Server is running on the network.
Resolution for WINS 4102 Event Messages
To resolve the WINS 4102 event message:
1. Run a Network Monitor trace, and then identify the remote WINS server (Pull partner) that sends the "WINS: Stop Reason = Message Error" error message.
2. Follow either of the following steps:
? On the WINS server where the event ID 4102 is logged, remove the remote WINS server from the list of replication partners.
? On the remote WINS server (the pull partner), configure a push partner to replicate to. The push partner is the WINS server that logs the event ID 4102 message.

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.

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Thank you

by knagaraj In reply to Wins error "EVENT ID 4102 ...

Hi,

Thank you very much. Now i am not getting the event id in my event logs.

Thanks,
knagaraj

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No problem. :)

Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.
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