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Can someone offer me some assistance with this error?
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I am thinking this is an isolated incident. I figure for some reason there was a write to the database and there was temporarily no connection for what ever reason. Yes ?
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Hey brewermoe, I just got this error too when i restarted my laptop. First time I've ever seen it. Did you find out what it was?
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I believe it was because there was an interruption in the network when the client was trying to read a table in the data base. It only happened once and this is just my opinion from my research and knowledge of the network. Does this make sense ...?

If you have figured it out, please post!
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I ran into this problem when I had just installed Skype on my mobile phone. If both instances are "signed in" (phone + PC) then the error gets generated. It's Skype's crude way of telling you that there are two active sessions going on.

I think that it's safe to assume that this is the same case for other forms of messenger programs/outlook sessions/etc. Check and make sure you don't have another session running on a separate device.

I shut down Skype on my mobile and the message went away.

Hope this helps!

Cheers,

Monkey
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I encountered this when starting Outlook 2010 on W8.1
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