Event ID 10137 — Migration of WinRM service configuration

Updated: August 5, 2011

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

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You can migrate WinRM service configuration when performing PC-to-PC migration or upgrades. For example, if a computer is configured to use WS-Management and a user wants to migrate the same configuration to another computer, the issues that can be encountered when doing this migration are modeled in this aspect.

Event Details

Product: Windows Operating System
ID: 10137
Source: Microsoft-Windows-WinRM
Version: 6.1
Symbolic Name: LOG_WSMAN_MIGRATION_LISTENER_IP_PORT_NON_EXISTING_IP
Message: The WinRM service cannot migrate the listener with IP address %1 and Port %2 because the IP address does not exist on the destination computer. This listener was ignored during migration.

User Action
Create the listener again with the correct IP address.

Resolve

Create new listener

The listener from the source configuration could not be migrated because the target computer does not have the matching network configuration, such as an IP address or MAC address. This typically happens if the migration is done from one physical computer to another.

To fix this problem, create a new listener by typing winrm quickconfig at a command prompt.

Verify

Use the winrm command-line tool to create a request to the WinRM service to verify that the service is listening on the network.

To create a request, type winrm get winrm/config -r:<computer>, where computer is the name of the remote computer where the Winrm service is running.

Related Management Information

Migration of WinRM service configuration

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