Critical Non Impact

Medium Priority Events


OS Windows Server Licensing Issue
    This alert condition indicates that Windows Small Business Server is out of licenses. You should use the Licensing administrative tool to determine which users are out of compliance and how many licenses must be purchased.
A Duplicate Name Has Been Detected On The TCP Network
    This alert condition indicates a duplicate name on the TCP network. Machines on the network must have unique names.
An I-and-O Operation Initiated By The Registry Failed Unrecoverable
    This alert condition indicates a performance issue where the registry image held in memory could not be written to disk.
AsperaSync Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the AsperaSync service is not running.
AsperaSync Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the AsperaSync service terminated unexpectedly.
Basic Monitoring For Page File Utilization
    This alert condition indicates high page utilization on a server. This can cause server peformance issues.
Cannot Start The Windows Deployment Services On This Server
    This alert condition indicates that Windows Deployment Services cannot start on a server. This issue can occur when Windows Deployment Services does not use the correct method to query the domain controller name that is in the disjoint namespace.
Certificate Server Service Does Not Start
    This alert condition indicates that the Certificate Server Service does not start. This issue can occur if the thumbprint of the Latest Renewed CA Certificate is missing or is not in the correct order in the registry key.
Clients Cannot Obtain Certificates From A Windows Server 2008 Based Certification Authority
    This alert condition indicates that clients cannot obtain certificates from a Windows Server 2008-based certification authority. On a Windows Server 2003-based or Windows XP-based computer, you cannot obtain certificates from a Windows Server 2008-based certification authority (CA). This issue can occur if the CA is configured to use SHA2 256 or higher encryption.
Crash Dump Initialization Failed!
    This alert condition indicates that a crash dump initialization failed. This issue can occur if the computer boots without a configured dump file. The default dump file is the pagefile. During a clean Windows OS installation, the very first boot will hit this condition because the pagefile has not been set up.
Distributed Transaction Coordinator Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Distributed Transaction Coordinator service is not running.
Distributed Transaction Coordinator Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Distributed Transaction Coordinator service terminated unexpectedly.
Event Log Full
    This alert condition indicates that the Event Log is full in any category of the Event log tool. This indicates that the maximum capacity for an event log has been reached.
IKE And AuthIP IPsec Keying Modules Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the IKE and AuthIP IPsec Keying Modules service is not running.
IKE And AuthIP IPsec Keying Modules Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the IKE and AuthIP IPsec Keying Modules service terminated unexpectedly.
Intersite Messaging Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Intersite Messaging service is not running.
Intersite Messaging Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Intersite Messaging service terminated unexpectedly.
IP Helper Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the IP Helper service is not running.
IP Helper Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the IP Helper service terminated unexpectedly.
IRPStackSize Is Too Small For The Server To Use A Local Device
    This alert condition indicates that the IRPStackSize is too small for a server to use a local device. The server is configured with too many file system filter drivers (for example, Quota and Anti-virus) and/or too many devices. The irpstacksize parameter may be set to less than the default of 15 stack frames. The irpstacksize represents the number of kernel modules that can store information in the I/O Request Packet (IRP). The IRP is used to track I/O requests in the kernel.
Kernal Available Memory Is Low On The System
    This alert condition indicates that available system Kernel memory is low. This issue can occur when the Non Paged Memory or the Paged Pool Memory is temporarily insufficient. The system will continue to record these events until the computer is restarted, or until the related hive is unloaded.
Large Windows Installer Package Or A Large Windows Installer Patch Installaion Rejected By Digital Signature Policy
    This alert condition indicates that a large Windows installer package or a large Windows installer patch Installaion was rejected by a digital signature policy. This problem can occur if the Windows installer process has insufficient contiguous virtual memory to verify that the .msi or .msp package is correctly signed.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV Business Web Services Not In Running State
    Microsoft Dynamics NAV Business Web Services- Not In Running State
Microsoft Dynamics NAV Business Web Services Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    Microsoft Dynamics NAV Business Web Services- Not In Running State [Unexpected]
Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server Not In Running State
    Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server- Not In Running State
Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server- Not In Running State [Unexpected]
MRXMB Computer Browser Errors
    This alert condition indicates MRXMB and computer browser errors. When a program running on a Windows Server-based computer attempts to write data to a volume mount point, the program may stop responding. When this condition occurs, Windows will be unable to save all the data for the file and data will be lost. This error could be related to a computer hardware failure or network connection.
Network Location Awareness Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Network Location Awareness service is not running.
Network Location Awareness Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Network Location Awareness service terminated unexpectedly.
Non Paged Memory Or The Paged Pool Memory Is Temporarily Insufficient (Resource Exhaustion)
    This alert condition indicates that the paged or non-paged pool memory is temporarily insufficient for a server to function properly. An I/O operation initiated by the registry failed unrecoverably. The registry could not read in, write out, or flush one of the files that contains the system’s registry image.
Paged Pool Memory Is Temporarily Insufficient (Resource Exhaustion) GRT 1848
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Performance Data Programs Consumed The Most Virtual Memory
    AIS Monitoring system has discovered that programs consumed the most virtual memory. This alert condition indicates that a server is running low on resources and programs are consuming most of the server’s virtual memory. Resource utilization is high and server performance will be impacted. Cause: Resource utilization is high. Impact: Performance issue.
REG_SERVER Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the REG_SERVER service is not running.
REG_SERVER Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the REG_SERVER service terminated unexpectedly.
Serv U FTP Server Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Serv-U FTP Server service is not running.
Serv U FTP Server Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Serv=U FTP Server service terminated unexpectedly.
Server Restarted Unexepectedly With Stop Error Stop 0x00000050
    AIS Monitoring Platform has discovered that the server restarted unexepectedly with stop error. When the system is shutting down, a work item that is related to the Mrxsmb.sys driver is inserted into a queue by the ExQueueWorkItem function. However, the ExQueueWorkItem function does not provide a mechanism to verify that the device object that is associated with the specified work item is available before the work item is processed. Therefore, if the Mrxsmb.sys driver is unloaded before the queued work item finishes, the system triggers a stop error.
SpamCure Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the SpamCure service is not running.
SpamCure Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the SpamCure service terminated unexpectedly.
System Event Notification Service Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the System Event Notification service is not running.
System Event Notification Service Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the System Event Notification service terminated unexpectedly.
System Run Out Of Physical Pages And Generated Stop Error 0x4D
    This alert condition indicates that the system has run out of physical pages and generated a Stop error. The memory manager only counts leaf pages and does not count page table pages. If many pages are locked in memory, the virtual address control block (VACB) also consumes many pages. Because the memory manager does not count page table pages, the system may run out of physical pages. Therefore, the changed page writer thread cannot swap out pages.
Task Scheduler Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the Task Scheduler service is not running.
Task Scheduler Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the Task Scheduler service terminated unexpectedly.
TCP-and-IP NetBIOS Helper Not In Running State
    This alert condition indicates that the TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper service is not running.
TCP-and-IP NetBIOS Helper Not In Running State [Unexpected]
    This alert condition indicates that the TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper service terminated unexpectedly.
Terminal Server With Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server Stopped Responding
    AIS Monitoring Platform has discovered that the terminal server with Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server stopped responding. In a network environment, a Windows Server 2003-based terminal server that also runs Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server may stop responding every few days. When this issue occurs, you may receive a gray screen when you log on to the terminal server. In this case, you have to restart the terminal server again to resolve this problem.
Terminal Services Session Memory Leak
    This alert condition indicates a Terminal Services session memory leak. When logging off from a Terminal Services session on a terminal server that is running Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 or Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2, a Stop error is encountered on the terminal server.
The IO Operation At Logical Block Address On Disk Was Retried
    This alert condition indicates that an I/O operation was retried at a logical block address on the disk. This error indicates that a request failed and was re-attempted by the class driver.
The SMTP Service Crashes Intermittently On A Windows Server 2003
    This alert condition indicates that the SMTP service crashes intermittently on a Windows Server 2003 based-server that is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2003. This may cause the IIS Admin Service to terminate unexpectedly and stop mail flow.
Unexpected Restart
    This alert condition indicates an unexpected restart on a Windows server. This could be due to an installed application, a forced restart performed by an administrator, or a power failure.
Windows 2008 Shadow Copy Error On Windows 2003 Server
    This alert condition indicates a Windows 2008 Shadow copy error on a Windows 2003 server. Windows Server 2003 cannot detect shadow copies that are created in Windows Server 2008 because a flag in the Diff area is unknown. This flag is only valid in Windows Server 2008.
Windows 2012 OS Redundant NIC Disconnected
    This alert condition indicates that the redundant NIC is disconnected.
Windows 2012 OS The Network Link Is Down, Check To Make Sure The Network Cable Is Properly Connected
    This alert condition indicates that the network link is down. The network cable should be checked to ensure that it is properly connected.