# Re: NTLMLogin resulted in hr = 0x8004100e - Any Ideas?

 Subject: Re: NTLMLogin resulted in hr = 0x8004100e - Any Ideas? Posted by: Dave Goldman [MSFT] (Dgoldm…@noreply.microsoft.com) Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2007

Here are some articles. A simple search athttp://support.microsoft.com
produces

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/295821/en-us

C:\Windows\system32>err 0x8004100e / # for hex 0x8004100e /
decimal -2147217394
WBEM_E_INVALID_NAMESPACE                                      wbemcli.h
# 1 matches found for "0x8004100e"

That type of error indicates that there is a problem with one of the WMI
namespaces. You can look at this article:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/288590/en-us

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"Matthew Trotter" <MatthewTrott…@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:8BF5EEA7-48BC-440E-8EB1-E12731D345…@microsoft.com...
>I cannot find a solution to this problem, or a cause for that matter
>anywhere.
>
> I have an Exchange 2003 SP2 Cluster. On the active node, every 30 seconds
> or
> so, I get this error in the C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\WBEM\LOGS\WMIPROX.LOG
>
> NTLMLogin resulted in hr = 0x8004100e
>
> I don't have any errors in the event log and I need to know what is
> causing
> this. I don't want to put user mailboxes on this server until I know why
> this
> is happening, so it doesn't pose a problem later on for some reason.
>
> There is NO other information anywhere. Just that one line, in that one
> log

## In response to

NTLMLogin resulted in hr = 0x8004100e - Any Ideas? posted by Matthew Trotter on Wed, 24 Jan 2007