ived in %0. Hftp: %1!I64d! bytes sent in %0. lDeleted invalid filename %1 (%3) in directory %2. File %1 has been orphaned since all its filenames were invalid Windows will recover the file in the orphan recovery phase. xThe NTFS file name attribute in file 0x%1 is incorrect. PA device driver is leaking locked I/O pages causing system degradation. The system has automatically enabled tracking code in order to try and catch the culprit. The Security Center service has been stopped. It was prevented from running by a software group policy. @MS DTC started with the following settings:%r%r Security Configuration (OFF = 0 and ON = 1):%r Network Administration of Transactions = %1,%r Network Clients = %2,%r Inbound Distributed Transactions using Native MSDTC Protocol = %3,%r Outbound Distributed Transactions using Native MSDTC Protocol = %4,%r Transaction Internet Protocol (TIP) = %5,%r XA Transactions = %6%0 DTC Security Configuration values (OFF = 0 and ON = 1): Network Administration of Transactions = %1,%r Network Clients = %2,%r Inbound Distributed Transactions using Native MSDTC Protocol = %3,%r Outbound Distributed Transactions using Native MSDTC Protocol = %4,%r Transaction Internet Protocol (TIP) = %5,%r XA Transactions = %6%0 hYou are running a version of Microsoft SQL Server 2000 or Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine (also called MSDE) that has known security vulnerabilities when used in conjunction with this version of Windows. To reduce your computer's vulnerability to certain virus attacks, the TCP/IP and UDP network ports of Microsoft SQL Server 2000, MSDE, or both have been disabled. To enable these ports, you must install a patch, or th