This event indicates that the domain controller is missing the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) replication provider (ReplProv.dll). See ME922338
for additional information about this situation.
When you try to use the Run Hardware Discovery event rule to monitor a computer that has a single network adapter and multiple IP addresses, this event is logged. See ME905143
for more information about this problem.
In my case, the event appeared while executing script “Microsoft MPNotifier Version Check”. The source was msxml3.dll, and the description: Access is denied.
The problem was caused by miss-configured IE settings, but this can also be caused by Proxy settings or by the Action account not having relevant privileges. I found a script that can test that for you. Log onto the MOM server with the Action account and run the script below.
“load the web page
dim URL, html
URL = "http://www.microsoft.com/management/mma/momnotifier.xml”
Set html = CreateObject("Msxml2.XMLHTTP")
html.open "GET", URL, false
In Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) 2000, when you run a script that uses the ScriptContext.Submit function to report events, the script does not submit process events. When a script runs, this event is logged. See ME839180
for information on how to fix this problem.