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Event ID: 21252 Source: MOM
The Operations agent attempted to process responses on an item whose timeout has expired. This event is normally benign, and will often occur when the system attempts to process timed events generated during an earlier run. If you see these events frequently, however, it may mean that some timed event is occurring too frequently, possibly because it runs a script that takes longer to run than the interval between the events.
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As per Microsoft, "MOM logs a large number of instances of Event ID 21252 if the Agent Manager attempts to process responses on an item whose timeout has expired. Multiple entries within a short period of time may indicate that a timed event is occurring too frequently, for example, if the time it takes to run an associated script exceeds the time interval between events. Note that Event ID 21252 is normally benign and has no adverse impact on MOM."
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