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Event ID: 1024 Source: ClusSvc

The registry checkpoint for cluster resource <resource> could not be restored to registry key <registry key>. The resource may not function correctly. Make sure that no other processes have open handles to registry keys in this registry subtree.
As per Microsoft: "This problem may occur if the registry key for that resource is being used. Specifically, the key is still open by the RegRestoreKey function and returns ERROR_ACCESS_DENIED". See ME192493 and ME317199 for additional information about this event.
As per Microsoft: "This behavior may occur when you restore the Cluster service by using the -resetquorumlog parameter. To resolve this behavior, reset the server cluster check points by using the Windows Server 2003 ClusterRecovery utility". See ME307469 for the ClusterRecovery utility and for more details.
If you received this event during a Move Group or Failover operation in Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 on Windows 2000 Advance Server running SNMP, see ME301964.
MSCS is creating snapshots of good configurations in order to be able to performa a failover. If a specific registry checkpoint (snapshot) cannot be accessed, the 1024 event is recorded. This condition may occur when the resource was offline (down) due to a failure when the failover has occurred.

The registry key checkpoint imposed by the cluster service failed because an application or process has an open handle to the registry key or subkey.
Solution: Close any applications that may have an open handle to the registry key so that it may be replicated as configured with the resource properties. If necessary, contact the application vendor about this problem. See ME188674, ME174070 and ME316772 for more details.

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