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    Windows 2000 Server Container Security Breach...

    Hello
    On one of the domain controllers that I work with (Win2000 Server), there was a critical event reported in the event viewer:

    Event Type “Container Security Breach” Reported for “Physical Container Global Table” Group.
    In the event viewer:
    Source: Local Response Agent
    Component Name: Intel Corporation Base Board
    Group: Physical Container Global Table
    Severity: Critical
    Instance: 1
    System: Other
    Subsystem: Other
    Etc…

    What does this mean?

    Where can I find an archive/database/index, with the meanings of all Microsoft Server OS events & services?

    Thanks in advance.

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    try www.eventid.net if you have the event number.

    It sounds like the case has been opened ?
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    Yes.
    It also says here:

    http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?e...0Agent&phase=1

    This event about the security breach applies to intel based server boards and the monitoring software. It is letting you know that the server is open ie.. the front door to the server is open. This is what they call a container breach.
    And here:

    http://www.espcco.com/articles/acronyms.htm

    CST Container Security Breach (aka door open)
    This isn't right. I haven't opened the Server Chassis?!
    Hhhmm..

    Is there another detailed database that explains all the Windows events & services?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retroborg
    This isn't right. I haven't opened the Server Chassis?!
    Hhhmm..
    You may not have - but has someone else?

    What sort of server is it? It doesn't necessary mean the Chassis itself - Dell's will trigger a similar alert if the front casing is removed so you can access the drives.

    If your 110% certain you or no-one else hasn't had any physical access to the server, it could possibly be a faulty microswitch.

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    In which case you going to have to open the chassis to find out

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