- You have configured the computer to use Tunneling TCP/IP as the DCOM transport protocol.
- You have configured the Tunneling TCP/IP protocol to use a range of ports, by using Component Services Administrative tool or the DCOMCNFG utility.
- On Microsoft Windows 2000: DCOM applications work correctly, but the HTTP packets use port 80 even though Tunneling TCP/IP protocol is configured to use a range of ports.
- On Microsoft Windows NT: DCOM applications don't work and you may receive the following error message in the event log:Event ID:7023
Source: Service control Manager
Description: The world Wide Web Publishing Service Service terminated with the following error: Not enough resources are available to complete this operation.
On Windows 2000:
- On the Start menu, point to Programs, Administrative Tools, and then click Component Services to bring up the Component Services Administrative tool.
- In the console tree of the Component Services Administrative tool, right-click the computer on which you want to configure the protocol, to display the context menu.
- Click Properties to display the Computer Properties dialog box.
- Click the Default Protocols tab.
- Click to select Tunneling TCP/IP protocol, and then click Properties.
- Click Remove All to remove the internet and intranet port ranges.
- Restart the computer.
The DCOMCNFG utility that is included with Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 4 (SP4) provides a property page that allows you to configure port restrictions without having to edit registry entries. Unfortunately, if you use this property page, many of the applications that use RPC on your computer may stop functioning properly the next time your computer is restarted. If this problem occurs, please delete the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Rpc\Internet registry key and restart your computer.
ID d'article : 234230 - Dernière mise à jour : 12 juin 2009 - Révision : 1