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WSHA Communication with NAP Agent

Updated: June 24, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

Windows Security Health Agent (WSHA) must be able to communicate with the Network Access Protection (NAP) Agent service in order to manage client health status that is monitored and reported by the Windows Security Center service. In order for this communication to take place, the NAP Agent service must be running.

Events

Event ID Source Message

1004

Microsoft-Windows-SystemHealthAgent

The Windows Security Health Agent was uninitialized successfully.

1025

Microsoft-Windows-SystemHealthAgent

The Windows Security Health Agent specified a new security health state for the computer.
The correlation id for this transaction is %1

1026

Microsoft-Windows-SystemHealthAgent

The Windows Security Health Agent failed to specify a new security health state for the computer.
Failure Code: %1.
The correlation id for this transaction is %2

1027

Microsoft-Windows-SystemHealthAgent

The Windows Security Health Agent notified the Windows Network Access Protection Service of a change in the security health state of the computer.

1028

Microsoft-Windows-SystemHealthAgent

The Windows Security Health Agent failed to notify the Windows Network Access Protection Service of a change in the security health state of the computer.
Failure Code: %1.

1029

Microsoft-Windows-SystemHealthAgent

The Windows Security Health Agent successfully processed a response from the Windows Security Health Validator.
The correlation id for this transaction is %1.

1030

Microsoft-Windows-SystemHealthAgent

The Windows Security Health Agent failed to process a response from the Windows Security Health Validator.
Failure Code: %1.
The correlation id for this transaction is %2.

Related Management Information

Windows Security Health Agent (WSHA)

NAP Infrastructure

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