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Why does my Sharepoint IRM module fail to re-initialze overnight?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
I have a Sharepoint IRM autonomous protector that works most of the time. However, most mornings when I come in and try to exercise it it fails to work. An IISReset will generally get it going again.

The Windows event log shows the following error most mornings at around 01:45 (GUID blanked for this post).
Information Rights Management (IRM): Protector {XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX} experienced a problem while being initialized.
Additional Data
Error value: 80070005
For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
This error occurs along with three other events for three other IRM modules successfully re-initializing (I believe these are built-in ones).

The Sharepoint log contains something very similar:

 09/22/2010 01:45:20.39  w3wp.exe (0x11EC)       0x1338 Windows SharePoint Services  IRM        95lu Information Information Rights Management (IRM): The initialization of protector {4F9976DD-47C3-4518-B2A2-A258B379F970} was completed. Protector: {4F9976DD-47C3-4518-B2A2-A258B379F970}  
09/22/2010 01:45:20.56 w3wp.exe (0x11EC) 0x1338 Windows SharePoint Services IRM 95lu Information Information Rights Management (IRM): The initialization of protector {4F9976DC-47C3-4518-B2A2-A258B37

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