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Event ID: 61
Event Source: Health Service Script
Event Type: Error
Event Description:
Event Type: Warning

Event Source: Health Service Script
Event Category: None
Event ID: 61
Date: 1/17/2008
Time: 5:55:19 PM
User: N/A
Computer: SERVER
Description:
AD Replication Monitoring : The following DCs have not updated their MOMLatencyMonitor objects within the specified time period (24 hours).  This is probably caused by either replication not occurring or because the 'AD Replication Monitoring' script is not running on the DC.

Format: DC Naming Context Hours since last update

SER
  SERVER2 Domain:SERVER.AD.com 2382
MOM
  SERVER3 Domain:SERVER.AD.com 2382


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Comment:
Event ID: 61
Event Source: WinMgmt
Event Type: -
Event Description: -
Comment: In my case the event ID occured after we removed drive letters from some volumes. Those volumes where monitored with perfmon counters. After i removed the perfmon counters that monitored the deleted volumes, the events did not come back. Index: 21
Event ID: 61
Event Source: Symantec AntiVirus
Event Type: Error
Event Description:

A root certificate was removed from the trusted roots directory.  The subject of the root cert was /CN=2f01495cb24f804995acff80e9dbd81a/OU=Server Group Root CA.  The root cert file name was C:\Program Files\Symantec AntiVirus\pki/roots\2f01495cb24f804995acff80e9dbd81a.0.servergroupca.cer.
Comment:

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