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C:\WINNT\System32\Hummingbird\Connectivity\7.00\Jconfig\hjavaw.exe" -HCL_NTSERVICE -cp "^Hhcclcore.jar;^Hhcljconfigd.jar;" com.hcl.apps.rcfg.Core.Server.ConfigurationServer -settings "C:\DOCUME~1\ALLUSE~1\APPLIC~1\HUMMIN~1\CONNEC~1\7.00\Jconfig\server.pro" -lang en -NTService.
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Jconfig & Jconfigd are Hummingbird utilities that provide an option for you to customize other PCs from the administrative PC, for the purpose of installation, etc. These are services in Windows NT. These services should NOT be running. To turn them off, click on Start, Settings, Control Panel, Services, highlight Hummingbird Jconfigd Daemon, click on Stop button, then click on Startup button, set Startup Type to Disabled. Repeat this same process for the Hummingbird Inetd services. Stop it and disable it from Startup.
I contacted Hummingbird support and this was the response: "Thankfully this is an easy one to fix and there are 2 ways to do it. The error is being generated by a typical installation installing the java based component jconfigdnt which requires the Sun or Microsoft JVM.
1) Install the JVM from Microsoft or Sun, or
2) From control panel ->Administrative tools-> Services and set Hummingbird Jconfigdnt to manual and disable the service."
I set the service to manual and the event has not been logged since.
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