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|Source: COMTI Admin|
(2001) COM Transaction Integrator management objects failed in loading Remote Environment class information:
Remote Environment Class ID: <GUID>
Exception description: (2100) Registry keys initialized during installation of COM Transaction Integrator software are missing or have been corrupted.
EXPLANATION A management object could not retrieve information about a Remote Environment class. This may indicate that an older version of the Snapin is remotely accessing a later version which is not supported. Otherwise, information in the registry could have been corrupted or lost, or resources may be temporarily unavailable.
ACTION If the Exception description above shows a version 'RECn', you are remotely accessing a COMTI version more recent than the one installed locally. Uplevel remote admin is not supported, but downlevel works with some restrictions. If possible, upgrade the local computer's COMTI software to the same version as the remote computer. Otherwise, close all applications, and start the COMTI Manager. Navigate to the My Computer item in the Microsoft Transaction Server folder and perform a Shut Down Server Processes command. Select the Remote Environments folder. If the COMTI Manager reports the presence of corrupted Remote Environment descriptions, review the information in the NT Event Log for messages providing more detailed information about the problem. If the COMTI Manager continues to report corrupted Remote Environment class descriptions, reinstall the COM Transaction Integrator product. If failures continue to be reported, contact support.
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As per Microsoft: "COM Transaction Integrator (COMTI) calls fail intermittently under load conditions. This problem occurs when the COMTI calls use the USERID feature, the PASSWORD feature, and the REOverride feature". See ME892511 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Host Integration Server 2000.
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