I co-worker of mine pointed out a large amount of 30102 and 30103 status messages being generated by FEP 2010 clients.  If you run a status message query on your system you can see them, but nothing in the UI brings them to your attention by default.  They aren’t the most useful status messages.

I don’t normally advocate hiding things from yourself, but unless someone can point out a usefulness to me I will make an exception for these.  If you don’t want to bloat your DB with them I suggest you create a status filter rule to block them from processing.  Remember, status filter rules process top to bottom, so put your new rule before the write to DB and block further processing and all should be good.

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