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Event ID: 106
Event Type: Error
Event Description: Donna
Sorry I haven't gotten back to you sooner.   Here is a link to the file and instructions for the crystal .dll stuff.
Any idea when you would do this

Here is a link to pull down the crystal 8.5 dll update you can download.  It is a zip file containing a setup.exe and supporting files.

On a citrix server this should be done by the citrix admin to assure that the .dlls are installed to the proper location for citrix users to access.

They .cmd file is also written to accommodate a pc only.  So the citrix admin needs to look at it and edit it appropriately.

It will reboot the server and you should do the following to install.
1. Get all users off the pc or citrix machine to ensure no files are busy and it will require a reboot.
2. Save off the attached file only save it with an extension of .cmd rather than .txt.
3. Unzip the file to a location on pc or citrix server.
5. Run the setup.exe install that you previously unzipped to the pc or servere.    Answer NO if it asks you to restart or reboot.

6. Run this crystal5XXer.cmd script last.  
7. Reboot manually to complete the installation.  
8. Then you should be ready to go.
NOTE: This setup.exe and crystal5XXer.cmd script can be run on any workstation and will fix some minor crystal issues associated with Crystal 8.0.


-----Original Message-----
From: Hutz Donna - HMIS [mailto:Donna_Hutz@HMIS.ORG]
Sent: Tuesday March 29 2005 3:39 PM
To: Blasen Jay
Subject: RE: McKesson Support Case # 3886422 -- PRT - Crystal error 515

It looks as if we may need the .DLL files updated on the Citrix servers.
Here are my findings..we have 3 citrix servers that Meds Mgr runs on:
s05txpprod11 s05txpprod12 and s05txpprod13 and report server hmisap000058 and 65. So I pulled dates of these files of each and the .DLL files on Citrix are earlier dates in some cases.

FILE prod 11 prod 12 prod 13 and hmisap000058
S2SQLPRS.DLL 12/7/99 88kb 12/7/99 88kb 12/7/99 88kb 11/8/2000 88 kb
RULE1.DFA 9/3/99 7kb 9/3/99 7kb 9/3/99 7kb 8/31/2001 7 kb
RULE1.LLR 9/3/99 14kb 9/3/99 14kb 9/3/99 14kb 8/31/2001 14 kb
(Tech Book says date 8/14/00 113KB 8/14/00 113KB 8/14/00 113KB 8/14/00 113KB
should be 8-14-02
113 kb - pg. 155)
U2LMAH.DLL 6/4/02 40kb 6/4/02 40kb 6/4/02 40kb 6/4/02 40kb
U25DTS.DLL 12/7/99 24kb 12/7/99 24kb 12/7/99 24kb 12/7/99 24kb
Jay Hope this helps in troubleshooting and I am leaving for the day so we can look discuss my options on Wednesday.

Event ID: 106
Event Source: OfficeCalendarServer
Event Type: Error
Event Description: The description for Event ID ( 106 ) in Source ( OfficeCalendarServer ) cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. You may be able to use the /AUXSOURCE= flag to retrieve this description; see Help and Support for details. The following information is part of the event: subprocess unable to be killed Access is denied.
Comment: I am using FireDaemon 1.8 to run Lookout Software's OfficeCalendarServer as a service.

OfficeCalendar tech support has this to say:
"We are not affiliated with FireDaemon so we cannot advise you on this particular problem. Please contact Firedaemon regarding this issue.

Thank you
OfficeCalendar Support"

Event ID: 106
Event Source: WMIxWDM
Event Type: -
Event Description: -
Comment: This was due to a failing keyboard controller on the motherboard of the Dell Power Edge 1800 we run. The machine froze shortly after this Event ID was recorded. A hard shut down and removing both PS2 keyboard and mouse and connecting a USB keyboard and mouse instead allowed the computer to boot. Index: 3862
Event ID: 106
Event Source: Diagnostics-Performance
Event Type: Error
Event Description: + System

  - Provider

   [ Name]  Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance
   [ Guid]  {CFC18EC0-96B1-4EBA-961B-622CAEE05B0A}

   EventID 106

   Version 1

   Level 2

   Task 4002

   Opcode 33

   Keywords 0x8000000000010000

  - TimeCreated

   [ SystemTime]  2009-11-20T01:25:18.173011100Z

   EventRecordID 12

  - Correlation

   [ ActivityID]  {84F6D364-79D7-0001-6B52-140B8069CA01}

  - Execution

   [ ProcessID]  1648
   [ ThreadID]  3512

   Channel Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance/Operational

   Computer PC

  - Security

   [ UserID]  S-1-5-19

- EventData

  StartTime 2009-11-20T01:23:19.609200100Z
  NameLength 23
  Name BackgroundPrefetchTime
  TotalTime 40975
  DegradationTime 10975

Event ID: 106
Event Source: Folder Redirection
Event Type: -
Event Description: -
Comment: I updated the driver for my AMD Quad-Core CPU...fixxed Index: 1776
Event ID: 106
Event Source: Diagnostics-Performance
Event Type: Error
Event Description: Background optimizations (prefetching) took longer to complete resulting in a performance degradation in the system start up process:
     Name : BackgroundPrefetchTime
     Total Time : 92465ms
     Degradation Time : 21266ms
     Incident Time (UTC) : 21/10/2010 7:22:44 a.m.

Event ID: 106
Event Source: Folder Redirection
Event Type: -
Event Description: -
Comment: I got this when I had two GPO links defining Folder Redirection. Easy to find when you run the GPO Modeling Wizard. Index: 1776
Event ID: 106
Event Source: Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance
Event Type: Error
Event Description:
Comment: I'm surprised your database does not have this.
Am I missing something about how to search in Event ID
event id: 106 event source: eventlog event type: error event description: corruption was detected in the log for the application channel and some data was erased. comment:

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