Jetpack Error Codes for Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 172570 - This article lists the error codes and messages used by Jetpack.exe (the Microsoft Windows NT Server utility that can be used to compact a WINS or DHCP database) for Windows NT Server version
4.0. (updated 9/20/2000)
Error Message "Cannot Find the WINS Server" Occurs When Accessing the WINS Database
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 287727 - After you install the Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) component, when you attempt to access the WINS database on the local WINS server, you may receive the following error
Err Msg: WINS Could Not Come Up Due to Missing/Corrupt...
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 225346 When you start your Windows 2000 Server-based computer running the Windows Internet Name Service (WINS), you may receive an error message:
Events 4102 and 9 Appear During WINS Replication on Windows 2000
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 289189 - When Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) replication runs on a Windows 2000-based computer, it may not run successfully and the following events may appear in the Event
ID: 1008 After Upgrading Windows NT 4.0 DHCP or WINS Server to
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 247135 - After you upgrade
from a Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 DHCP server or WINS server to
use Windows 2000, an event is logged informing the administrator
that the database needs to be upgraded if the jet database
Deleted Windows Internet Name Service Records Return to Database
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 287732 - When you delete the records from a Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) database by using WINS Manager, the records can be displayed again after you stop and restart any servers that run
NetBIOS Sessions May Be Dropped in Windows 2000
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 285803 - When you use a computer running Windows 2000, an existing connection may be dropped when you attempt to make a second connection from the same
PersonaNonGrata WINS Servers May Be Added as Replication Partners Without Warning
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 228078 When you add a Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) server as a WINS replication partner in Wins Manager that has a PersonaNonGrata status, you do not receive a warning message that this WINS server is not a valid WINS replication partner.
Unable to Remotely Administer WINS Servers Across Routers
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 174396 When you attempt to add a new Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) Server to your WINS Manager and it is located across a router or firewall, you may receive the following message:
WINS Database Corruption May Occur After Replication
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 325775 - Sporadic WINS
database corruption may occur after replication in large WINS
infrastructures. Additionally, the WINS servers may stop
replicating without any events or errors, and indicated WINS
statistics may also stop being updated.
WINS Does Not Back Up Database During Shutdown
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 255283 - A Windows 2000-based Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) server does not back up the WINS database during server shutdown, even if
the Back up database during server shutdown option is enabled.
WINS Export List Leaks Memory at 1 MB per Minute
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 254387 - Exporting all names in a large WINS database may be very slow. The export process leaks memory (Task Manager shows continually rising memory usage for the MMC process) at about 1 megabyte (MB) per minute.
WINS Incorrectly Replicates Static Entries
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 302972 - Static Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) records are replicated from non-replication partners during scavenging and consistency checking. This causes problems with the mechanism that WINS has for controlling the promulgation of the static
WINS Manager Does Not Display All Reservations in a Mixed Environment
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 279822 - If you are running both Windows 2000-based and Microsoft Windows NT 4.0-based WINS servers, the following error message may appear when you display registrations by
WINS Manager Shows WINS Servers That are Not Present
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 135844 You run WINS Manager, choose Mappings, choose Show Database, and choose WINS Servers. After you delete an entry from the Select Owner List it reappears, even though the WINS Server it defines is no longer involved in WINS replication.
WINS Registry Parameters for Windows 2000
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 251067 A list of parameters for Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) on Windows 2000 Server that you can modify using Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe or
WINS Resource Does Not Come Online After Cluster Failover
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 259593 - After a node failover, the WINS resource being used with the Cluster service may not come online.
WINS Service Stops or Does Not Start and Event ID 4319 or 4165 Is Logged
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 261125 - The Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) service on your Windows 2000-based WINS server may stop unexpectedly or may not start again after it is stopped. You may also see one or more of the following error messages in Event Viewer