Security Center Windows won't power up - error: could not start the Security Center Service

Windows Security Center does not, when I try to turn it on there an error message says "Cannot start the Security Center Service". There is an icon on the bottom of my screen of windows security alert, I don't know if my computer has a virus, but I scan my Norton Antivirus full of the online system, but it has not detected any viruses. I hope someone can help me with my computer. It will be much appreciated.

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No, only the security accounts manager isn't Security Center.

The next method is to restore the missing Security Center service.

http://www.Winhelponline.com/temp/W7-wscsvc.zip

Unzip the REG file and then run it.

Then restart.

See if this will help restore Security Center application Services.

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    2012-07-27 17:21:59.109-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:21:59.109-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:21:59.110-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:21:59.110-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:21:59.110-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader

    2012-07-27 17:21:59.110-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:21:59.111 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init

    2012-07-27 17:21:59.111 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:21:59.112 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync

    2012-07-27 17:21:59.112 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:21:59.113-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip

    2012-07-27 17:21:59.113-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:04.111-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:22:04.111-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:04.112-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:22:04.112-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:04.112-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader

    2012-07-27 17:22:04.113-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader:DURATION = 1

    2012-07-27 17:22:04.113 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init

    2012-07-27 17:22:04.113 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:04.114 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync

    2012-07-27 17:22:04.114 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:04.114-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip

    2012-07-27 17:22:04.114-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:09.114-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:22:09.114-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:09.114-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:22:09.114-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:09.115-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader

    2012-07-27 17:22:09.115-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:09.116 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init

    2012-07-27 17:22:09.116 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init:DURATION = 1

    2012-07-27 17:22:09.116 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync

    2012-07-27 17:22:09.116 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:09.117-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip

    2012-07-27 17:22:09.117-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:14.116-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:22:14.116-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:14.116-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:22:14.116-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:14.117-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader

    2012-07-27 17:22:14.117-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:14.117 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init

    2012-07-27 17:22:14.118 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init:DURATION = 1

    2012-07-27 17:22:14.118 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync

    2012-07-27 17:22:14.118 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:14.119-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip

    2012-07-27 17:22:14.119-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:17.017-0300 DEBUG RMI RenewClean-[10.200.2.103:1099] com.perfigo.wlan.ssl.SSLLog - RMISocketFactory:CACHED_SOCKETS_SIZE = 2

    [[2012-07-27 17:22:17.017 - 0300 DEBUG RMI RenewClean-[10.200.2.103:1099] com.perfigo.wlan.ssl.SSLLog - RMISocketFactory:CACHED_SOCKETSE = [1e7e7ac [TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA: Socket[addr=/10.200.48.101,port=19660,localport=1099]], 1871db1 [TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA: Socket[addr=server_primary_ag/10.200.2.103,port=1099,localport=12312]]]

    [2012-07-27 17:22:17.017-0300 HandshakeCompletedNotify-threaded DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.ssl.SSLLog - RMISocketFactory: socket: 59725 c added [TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA: Socket[addr=/10.200.2.103,port=12312,localport=1099]]

    2012-07-27 17:22:17.017-0300 HandshakeCompletedNotify-threaded DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.ssl.SSLLog - RMISocketFactory:CACHED_SOCKETS_SIZE = 3

    [[[2012-07-27 17:22:17.017-0300 HandshakeCompletedNotify-threaded DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.ssl.SSLLog - RMISocketFactory:CACHED_SOCKETSE = [1e7e7ac [TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA: Socket[addr=/10.200.48.101,port=19660,localport=1099]], 1871db1 [TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA: Socket[addr=server_primary_ag/10.200.2.103,port=1099,localport=12312]], 59725 c [TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA: Socket[addr=/10.200.2.103,port=12312,localport=1099]]]

    2012-07-27 17:22:18.624-0300 TRACE Timer-0 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.FailSafeManager - FailSafeManager is running: {0.85,0.3, [0: 15:15]}: DETECT_INTERVAL = 20:DETECT_TIME_OUT = 300

    2012-07-27 17:22:18.627-0300 TRACE Timer-0 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.FailSafeManager - FailSafeManager http_code = 200: {0.85,0.3, [0: 15:15]}

    [2012-07-27 17:22:18.627-0300 TRACE Timer-0 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.FailSafeManager - FailSafeManager go to sleep: delay of {0.85,0.3, [0: 15:15]}] = 19997

    2012-07-27 17:22:19.118-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:22:19.118-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:19.118-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:22:19.118-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:19.119-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader

    2012-07-27 17:22:19.119-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:19.120 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init

    2012-07-27 17:22:19.120 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:19.120 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync

    2012-07-27 17:22:19.120 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:19.121-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip

    2012-07-27 17:22:19.121-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:24.119-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:22:24.119-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:24.119-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:22:24.119-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:24.120-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader

    2012-07-27 17:22:24.120-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:24.121 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init

    2012-07-27 17:22:24.121 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:24.122 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync

    2012-07-27 17:22:24.122 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:24.122-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip

    2012-07-27 17:22:24.122-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:29.120-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:22:29.120-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - isRegistered DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:29.121-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo

    2012-07-27 17:22:29.121-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - unregisterMBean: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:29.121-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader

    2012-07-27 17:22:29.121-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - createMBean DEBUG: com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CAS:type = MLet, name = casLoader:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:29.122 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init

    2012-07-27 17:22:29.122 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:init:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:29.123 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync

    2012-07-27 17:22:29.123 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper --0300 call: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:isServerInSync:DURATION = 0

    2012-07-27 17:22:29.123-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip

    2012-07-27 17:22:29.123-0300 connection TCP RMI 85 - 10.200.48.101 com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.BeanServerWrapper - BeanServerWrapper - getAttribute DEBUG: DefaultDomain:type = com.perfigo.wlan.jmx.admin.ServerInfo:CurrMgrEth0Ip:DURATION = 0

    [2012-07-27 17:22:32.022-0300 RMI Scheduler (0) DEBUG com.perfigo.wlan.ssl.SSLLog - RMISocketFactory: removed socket: 1871db1 [TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA: Socket[addr=server_primary_ag/10.200.2.103,port=1099,localport=12312]]

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