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Event ID: 25007 Source: HealthServiceModules

Level
Description
The EventLog service reported that the Application event log on computer '<computer name>' is corrupt. The Windows Event Log Provider will attempt to recover by re-opening log.

One or more workflows were affected by this.  

Workflow name: <name>
Instance name: <name>
Instance ID: <name>
Management group: <group name>

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
Comments
 
One obvious suggestion for troubleshooting this event is to clear the log specified in the event description and restart the Health Service Module. This worked for some users, though others reported that it did not fix the issue. If the log specified is the Security one, there might be a permissions problem as the Security log requires admin privileges. Make sure that the service runs under an account that has the right permissions. See EV100539 (Event ID: 25007 on MS Server).

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