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Event ID: 215 Source: ESENT
<Process name> (<process id>) The backup has been stopped because it was halted by the client or the connection with the client failed.
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What is the role of ESENT?
Process name: Information Store - ME810333 indicates that this event may occur if there are software incompatibilities with the backup program or if there are problems with the hard disk or the controller. Sometimes this indicates a corruption in the information store database itself. The suggested troubleshooting process is to verify/update any hardware issues, test the backup process using another program such as Microsoft Windows NTBackup that comes with the operating system and uninstall any third-party event sinks if applicable. See the link for more details.
Process name certsrv.exe - ME830575 refers to an instance of this problem on MS SBS 2003 and it occurs when the backup program tries to use a Sqlvdi.dll file that has been unregistered. The solution is to re-register the Sqlvid.dll.
Process name certsrv.exe - Some newsgroup posts suggest that this message can be ignored as the database used by the Certificate Services (certsrv.exe) is backed up later. One should verify the relevent event log entries for confirmation that the backup for this data was indeed successful.
Process name: WinMail - See ME938494 for information about this event (applicable to Windows Vista)
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