Windows Errors on reboot - Extend WG Protocol Driver, also Event 2510 on Server service
I have Windows Server 2003 systems with SEP MR4 installed – only antivirus/antispyware, no other components. On at least two of these servers, upon reboot, I get the following errors:
Event ID: 2510, Source: Server – “The server service was unable to map error code 998”
I get about 5 of these in the first couple minutes.
Event ID: 7000, Source: Service Control Manager - “The Extend WG Protocol Driver service failed to start due to the following error: The system cannot find the file specified.”
A search of web shows that other users with SEP are getting these errors, but there aren't any solutions. These issues have been out for the better part of a year, too.
If reverting back to SAVCE wouldn’t cause a major upset in my life, I’d probably do it. SEP has been the worst IT upgrade I’ve ever been involved with. And I am NOT a Symantec basher - I’ve been using Symantec products for over a decade. I just can’t believe how many problems this system has that are still not fixed. OK, rant over. How about some solutions. Symantec? Anyone?