_MSCOM_ConfigSettings

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by Lars Juhl Andersen, Aug 28, 2007.

  1. Hi there,
    Just recently started getting this message every 2 minutes approx. this is
    on 2 Win 2003 SBS servers (different networks..) I am not using WSUS or SUS
    on any of these servers, Ive tried deleting the softwaredistribution folder
    but didt help
    anyone have seen this ? suggestions most appreciated.

    0a8b4450-740f-4060-abf6-e6cf651ffdfb, 2007-8-28 10:24:09, ERROR, [
    (TimerCallbackID = 30ae220f-7993-474b-ab24-d20091435ef7)
    (RecoveryAttemptNumber = 24329)
    (DateWhenFirstErrorHappened = 27-08-2007 20:51:42)
    (ConfigCacheManagerID = 27b8a830-2c5a-4869-82ea-f11ad86d6ab3)
    (CacheName = SoftwareUpdateServices_AppConfigSettings_ConfigCacheManager)
    (Process Directory = C:\WINDOWS\system32)
    (Web Path = NULL)
    An error happened in the timer Callback method: An exception happened when
    we were trying to check for modifications (or read settings) out of the
    config file. The callback will keep re-trying until it succeeds. ]
    Exception_MESSAGE: (Couldn't find key
    [MSCOM/SoftwareUpdateServices/2.0/ConfigFilePath] in AppSettings . See
    method ConfigFileUtility.GetAppSettingValueOrThrow. ) Exception_SOURCE:
    (Microsoft.UpdateServices.Common) Exception_STACKTRACE: ( at
    Microsoft.MSCOM.SoftwareUpdateServices.UniversalUtility.ConfigFileReader.GetAppSettingValueOrThrow(String
    sAppSettingKey)
    at
    Microsoft.MSCOM.SoftwareUpdateServices.UniversalUtility.ConfigFileReader.GetConfigFileModifiedDateTime(String
    sAppSettingKeyToConfigFilePath)
    at
    Microsoft.MSCOM.SoftwareUpdateServices.LocalUtility.MSComConfiguration.Microsoft.MSCOM.SoftwareUpdateServices.UniversalUtility.ICacheableConfigSettings.IsConfigFileModified()
    at
    Microsoft.MSCOM.SoftwareUpdateServices.UniversalUtility.ConfigCacheManager.CallBackForExpiredTime(Object
    oState))
     
    Lars Juhl Andersen, Aug 28, 2007
    #1
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  2. found the cause for error.
    Software from Levelplatforms was the reason they supplied me fast with a
    solutions
     
    Lars Juhl Andersen, Aug 28, 2007
    #2
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