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Configuration

Updated: January 7, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

In order for a BITS peer caching server to serve cached content to BITS clients, the server must be able to listen for requests from clients and accept the requests.

Events

Event ID Source Message

10

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

BITS started listening for peer-client requests.

11

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

BITS was not able to listen for peer-client requests. The error code was %1. BITS jobs from other machines will not be able to use this machine as a peer server. To fix this problem, try stopping the BITS service and restarting it.

12

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

BITS stopped listening for peer-client requests.

24

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

BITS has replied to a client's inquiry for peer servers.

25

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

The server received a peer inquiry but rejected it.

70

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

BITS received a peer-cache request from a client at address %1.

71

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

The client's search request is for "%1" with timestamp %2.

72

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

The cache found a matching cache record with ID %1.

73

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

While processing the client's request, BITS encountered error %1.

74

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

BITS rejected the client's request with HTTP status %1.

75

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

BITS has finished processing the client request.

76

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

The request includes the client's event-log activity ID.

80

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

BITS has successfully enabled peer-client or peer-server related components.

16396

Microsoft-Windows-Bits-Client

Error %3 occurred when BITS tried to change the state of firewall rule "%1" to %2. Restarting the BITS service may correct the problem.

Related Management Information

Peer Caching Server

BITS Infrastructure

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