CMS Name

June 12, 2009 at 16:40:24
Specs: XPH w/SP3 & Vista HoPrem, 2.0 Ghz with 2Gb RAM
Trying to my identify (I guess) my IP's CMS Name, that or likely I don't even understand what CMS Name(s) are.

Reason I ask is while I'd been online for many hours, I had but two IE7 tabs (connecting me to two websites), one was Yahoo!Mail and the other was a forum, and I basically lost my connection (ie; The browser has forced an election on network \Device\NetBT_Tcpip_{2F879A16-8C14-4DAB-8CDA-3FF60AAEB12F} because a master browser was stopped, aka 'A time-out may occur in Exchange Server 2007 when the SA resource is trying to come online'), not sure when or even it was a particular website (likely Yahoo's started bumping people they don't want burdening their server, I don't know), but anyway the event id log got me to an ms article telling me how to resolve the issue and that was to type in a command prompt of...

cluster res “Exchange System Attendant Instance (CMS Name)” /prop PendingTimeout=150000

Problem is exacerbated ass ms's article fails to even hint at the likelihood that readers need to enter 'their' particular CMS Name (whatever that mubo jumbo is) and so that's as far as I've gotten.

From what little I could google (that wasn't mumbo jumbo), sort of points to a CMS Name being either some form of my IP's or my server's identification, that and/or maybe it's any URL one is connected to.

Regards and hap-e-trails, Steve Hopper

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June 14, 2009 at 14:28:45

is all I know about i.

"Best Practices", Event viewer, host file, perfmon, antivirus, anti-spyware, Live CD's, backups, are in my top 10

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June 14, 2009 at 16:12:57
Dynomite (second link)!

Wish I had the month or two to read it as I'm sure there's an answer somewhere there, ref. my post's issue, how about here?


Regards and hap-e-trails, Steve Hopper

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June 14, 2009 at 18:42:29
CMS name?

Steve content management doesn't have a "name". Your isp would not be using CMS unless they are developing web content.

Cname by chance?

You are leaping to a number of conclusions. This is a normal error
"The browser has forced an election because a master browser was stopped"

Where did you get this?
aka 'A time-out may occur in Exchange Server 2007 when the SA resource is trying to come online'

Are you running an Exchange server you are connecting to? You don't mention that. You have to use common sense when pursuing links and solutions. Key is it has to pertain to what you can control. You running a script has no effect on outside mail servers.

Is your only issue getting bumped off the web?

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June 30, 2009 at 09:55:11
Thanks for replying. Seems odd that you seem to be telling me that their 'is no CMS name' despite the fact that the M$ error response referred to but one cause and the less than informative proposed solution was as I stated to identify the CMS name.

So except for that error which seems to have apparently bumped me, and the fact that I can't get anyone to explain how to identify the "CMS name", that's the only problem.

I had hoped that if someone out there couldn't point me in the right direction, as opposed to indicating that M$'s proposed solution made no sense or is wrong, that maybe the issue was simply one or two other things, eg; maybe there are site's or servers out there who bump you like when I used to use dial up years and years ago (when you were online and for a perdiod of time deemed as inactive).

As far as that being the "only" problem, I did once go to a personal website recently and it seemed like the site's owner may have been reading what I was contributing and didn't like it, because in that instance, again the browser simply closed, but w/o any error log entry.

Again I appreciate the time and effort you contributed to this post (in light of the immediacy as well as huge response I got on this post).

Regards and hap-e-trails, Steve Hopper

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June 30, 2009 at 12:42:37
Please post the entire event viewer error. Thanks

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