It's been a few weeks since we upgraded to SBS 2011, and I'm trying to keep a good look at the server logs at all times. I'm alarmed however, that I get quite a lot of errors and warnings, so I've been trying to resolve the underlying problems I percieve must cause these alerts.
But it seems some of them aren't really supposed to be fixed? For instance here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2483007, Microsoft seems to recommend not doing anything about quite a few problems,
Resolution: The errors are benign and may be safely ignored.
Is there really such a thing as a benign error? Then why is it reported? I'm concerned that since for instance I have about 10 VSS warnings every hour that are supposedly not really warnings, I will not notice if an error condition acually arises. How do you handle logged errors which cannot be "fixed"?