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    Upon checking the Event Viewer I found a warning for COM + SOAP.
    Event ID: 0 Source: COM +SOAP Service. This has appeared one time: 2/1/2010
    There was no info. avaiable when I went to Help & Support. There was no listing for SOAP in Sevices either. I Googled SOAP and found an article that said it was a simple XML-based protocal to let applications exchange information over STTP (W3schools.com).

    Upon further checking of Event Viewer I found Event ID: 16 Source: MSSoap
    It appeared 3 times, once it was Client, the other two it was Generic.
    All events occurred on 1/29/2010. The Client error: One of the parameters supplied is invalid.

    The Generic error: Loading of the WSDL file failed.

    I never knew there was such a program as SOAP. Should I be concerend?

    Gloria E
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Myers View Post
    Thank you Ted, the article was indeed very informative and I learned a lot about Soap. My files show that MS Soap is installed.

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