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Net Watcher Audit Log Shows Two Entries for Failed Password

Article ID: 105277

Article Last Modified on 10/10/1999


  • Microsoft Windows for Workgroups 3.11

This article was previously published under Q105277


The Net Watcher event log may show a duplicate entry for each failed attempt to connect to one of your resources. Each entry shows the exact same Date/Time, Computer, User, Share, Type, Access, Document, and Event.


When the Windows for Workgroups redirector on the client machine receives a message that the attempt to connect failed due to an invalid password, the redirector tries to establish the connection again using your logon password. In this situation, the server sees two logon attempts and logs them both in the Net Watcher event log.

Additional query words: 3.11

Keywords: KB105277