Check your servers “free” memory, all the available memory may be tied up in cache due to copying files to/from your server
Create a file the size of your available memory or larger.
Then copy the file and then permanently delete both the original and the copy. (Delete from command line, use shift + delete, and/or empty the trash bin)
Now all available memory should be free 🙂
fsutil file createnew 2gb.txt 2147483648
copy 2gb.txt 2gb-2.txt
03/03/2015 12:43:09,spid28s,Unknown,An exception occurred while enqueueing a message in the target queue. Error: 15404 State: 19. Could not obtain information about Windows NT group/user 'domainsvc_name' error code 0x5.
03/03/2015 12:43:09,spid28s,Unknown,Error: 28005 Severity: 16 State: 2.
Can confirm this by executing the following SQL:
Msg 15404, Level 16, State 19, Procedure xp_logininfo, Line 62
Could not obtain information about Windows NT group/user 'domainsvc_name', error code 0x5.
A: Give the “Authenticated Users” “Read Permissions” on the ADFS service account.
B: Add the SQL Server service account or "Authenticated Users" to the "BULTIINWindows Authorization Access Group" in AD for the domain
C: Add the SQL Server service account or "Authenticated Users" to the "BULTIINPre-Windows 2000 Compatible Access" in AD for the domain