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Event Viewer Warning - N1000 ID 33

William Watling
Occasional Visitor

Event Viewer Warning - N1000 ID 33

I have a Windows 2003 server with an HP NC7170 Dual Gig NIC installed. Whenever the server boots up I receive the following warning:

"HP NC7170 Dual Gigabit Server Adapter Spanning Tree Protocol has been detected on the device your network connection is attached to."

I believe this is mostly informational, however I am unable to determine why this is happening. This warning does not appear on any of the other servers in our datacenter, so I am hoping to get some insight as to what might be causing it.

Thanks.

-Bill
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lowster
Honored Contributor

Re: Event Viewer Warning - N1000 ID 33

You may need to install HP ProLiant Network Server Adapters and Upgrade Modules Software and Documentation

http://h18007.www1.hp.com/support/files/networking/us/download/22700.html