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windows event : microsoft-windows-diagnosis-dps and registry

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windows event : microsoft-windows-diagnosis-dps and registry

Post Posted: Jun 28, 19 23:20

hello all ...
i work on case in a windows 7 machine when i try to find the pluged USB's to that PC ... i found a lot of them conncted at the same time exactly and this is impossible ... so i convert my image to log timeline :

the before last event before windows start update registry key's is :
[105 / 0x0069] Source Name: Microsoft-Windows-Diagnosis-DPS Strings: ['{180B3A99-8C39-4F12-B631-2031998EFE45}' '{34A44436-A960-49FF-B6AD-724E6983349C}' '{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000}' '%windir%\system32\radardt.dll' '{45DE1EA9-10BC-4F96-9B21-4B6B83DBF476}'] Computer Name: XXXXXXXX Record Number: 103782 Event Level: 4

when i search about Microsoft-Windows-Diagnosis-DPS i found this :

Description : Diagnostic module %5 (%4) started troubleshooting scenario %1, instance %2, original activity ID %3.

Cause :
This event is logged when diagnostic module started troubleshooting scenario.
Resolution :
This is a normal condition. No further action is required.

source : kb.eventtracker.com/ev..._61660.asp
and then it follows by this event before modifying registry keys ..
[21024 / 0x5220] Source Name: OpsMgr Connector Strings: ['PMOSCOM' 'bb3e246a60ea42e78ed5604a41dde836 926e39ad130e4459b5ff88bf961a27fa:00001A66'] Computer Name: XXXXXX Record Number: 163705 Event Level: 4

when i read about event id 21024 i found this info :

Event Type: Information
Event Source: OpsMgr Connector
Event Category: None
Event ID: 21024

OpsMgr's configuration may be out-of-date for management group RON, and has
requested updated configuration from the Configuration Service. The
current(out-of-date) state cookie is "4E DC AB E6 FC F2 95 CE CF 02 D3 DE 6D
1E F7 3B 20 7D 22 F5 "

source :https://microsoft.public.opsmgr.setup.narkive.com/DtC9VIJ3/opsmgr-2007-installation-issue-event-id-21024

check the screenshot :

so can anyone explain what happens there !!  

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