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Event ID: 64 Source: WinMgmt
The named section Global\Wmi Provider Sub System Counters, was created with insufficient size, this could constitute a Denial of Service attack.
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From a newsgroup post: "Right-click "My Computer" and choose "Manage" to open the Computer Management tool. Click on "Services" in the list in the left-hand pane and then select "Windows Management Instrumentation" from the list in the right-hand pane. There are two entries for "Windows Management Instrumentation". You need to select the main one, not the "Driver Extensions" entry. With the correct Service highlighted, click on the "Stop" link which will appear to halt the Service. With the Service halted, use "My Computer" to locate the folders \Windows\System32\Wbern\Repository and \Windows\System32\Wbern\Repository\FS. Delete all files in those folders. Reboot to allow the service to be restarted and the necessary files recreated".
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