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Q. I'm getting error 1450 in the event log.
A. This means that insufficient resources exist to complete a request. Some versions of NT only allow a program to access a registry key up to 64k times, after which all accesses to the key fail, producing unpredictable results. Microsoft recognises this problem, and recommends rebooting.

Prior to Version 5.1f1, the software checked the registry every minute. For Versions 5.1f1 and above, the software checks registry keys only once. This may mean rebooting when some program options are changed (adding users, protecting directories etc will not be affected - no reboot is required).

There is more information on this problem in at the MS website:

I am using Windows NT SP4!

Is the system running short of memory?

I have plenty of memory, however I am running out of Paged-Pool memory

Do you have a large, busy site, with many many files?

I'm repeatedly logging in and out again. I am using "Impersonate User" for access files.

Service pack 6 may address this. (search for 1450).

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