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Getting event IDs 6398, 7076, 6482, 7080, 7888, 6481, 5554 in Windows Server 2008

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–After installing MOSS or WSS in windows Server 2008 when you go to Event Viewer, you will find that you are getting event ids 6398, 7076, 6482, 7080, 7888, 6481, 5554 on a continues interval

SYMPTOMS:
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–your sites will open very slowly
–you will be prompted for user credential repeatedly
–performance of the site will be affected
ERROR MESSAGE:
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–6398, 7076, 6482, 7080, 7888, 6481, 5554 event ids in event viewer under “Application”

CAUSE:
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–you have installed WSS and MOSS both on the Windows Server 2008
–service pack installation for either WSS or MOSS is not done
–Difference in encryption like 32-bit(x86 or i386) or 64-bit
–SQL server installation is incorrect or two version of SQL is installed
–Take the backup of SharePoint Farm, sharepoint site and SQL databases
–Uninstall MOSS
–Uninstall WSS
–Restart the server
–install the Slipstream version of MOSS or WSS

{Note- Regarding SQL server installation, if you are making a “STANDALONE” installation nothing else to perform or change.
If you have SQL server on the same different box or event on the same box them make “COMPLETE” installation and specify the SQL server name when running the SharePoint Products and Technology wizard}

–check the event viewer and you should not get any event ids

ENVIRONMENT:
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Windows Server 2008 Enterprise (64-bit)
MOSS 2007 with SP1 {Slipstream} (64-bit)
WSS 3.0 with SP1 {Slipstream} (64-bit)
SQL Server (64-bit)

KEYWORDS:
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Server 2008 slipstream 6398, 7076, 6482, 7080, 7888, 6481, 5554 event id application

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Written by Yagyashree

May 1, 2009 at 6:05 pm

Posted in sharepoint

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