Netlogon event error message, with Event ID 5719, is logged in Windows* Event Viewer.
The AEGIS Protocol (802.1X supplicant) stack is installed and bound when Intel® PROSet/Wireless Software is installed on the system. The Windows* Netlogon event error is logged in the event viewer as long as the AEGIS Protocol is bound to the system adapters. The cause is that during system boot-up, prior to binding to the wireless adapter, and before the boot-up phase completes, the AEGIS Protocol indicates to the TCP/IP stack that no network is available, triggering the event error. Please note, even after Intel® PROSet is disabled, the AEGIS Protocol stack is still bound to the system adapters, therefore, the event error is still logged when Intel PROSet is disabled.
This error has no adverse impact to network connectivity. If it is absolutely essential that this message not be logged with wireless zero config enabled, the AEGIS Protocol can be manually unchecked as follows:
- Navigate to Start > Connect To > Show all connections.
- Right-click wireless network connection and select properties.
- Under general tab, uncheck AEGIS Protocol (IEEE 802.1x) and click OK.
| Windows XP 64-Bit Edition*, Windows XP Professional*, Windows XP Home Edition*, Windows XP Tablet PC Edition*, Windows XP Media Center Edition*
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