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Hi, I wonder if anyone can help me. I get a lot of these messages spammed in my client rpt. They are not in my arma2oaserver.rpt:
WARNING: Function 'name' - 3941a040# 1065478: ohara.p3d REMOTE has no unit
 - network id 2:9818
 - person 
 - dead
WARNING: Function 'name' - 311be040# 1055496: rocker.p3d REMOTE has no unit
 - network id 75:6
 - person 
 - dead

Has anyone else seen these and been able to resolve? I am running the old WAI and EMS (variant of DZMS). Also running DZGM group management, Plot 4 Life and ESS, enhanced spawn.

 

There are some more examples in the spoiler below.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

 

WARNING: Function 'name' - 45212040# 1066866: man_survivor.p3d REMOTE has no unit
 - network id 84:178
 - person George Smith
 - dead
WARNING: Function 'name' - 311bc080# 1055523: man_survivor.p3d REMOTE has no unit
 - network id 75:165
 - person George Smith
 - dead
WARNING: Function 'name' - 3b4a2040# 1066720: man_survivor.p3d REMOTE has no unit
 - network id 114:6
 - person George Smith
 - dead
WARNING: Function 'name' - 37c82040# 1066037: ghillie_overall.p3d REMOTE has no unit
 - network id 101:6
 - person Ewan Jones
 - dead
WARNING: Function 'name' - 3105e040# 1055687: man_survivor.p3d REMOTE has no unit
 - network id 89:19
 - person George Smith
 - dead
WARNING: Function 'name' - 3e334080# 1069108: annie_original.p3d REMOTE has no unit
 - network id 89:196
 - person Haley Smith
 - dead
WARNING: Function 'name' - 38b8a040# 1065823: man_survivor.p3d REMOTE has no unit
 - network id 84:7
 - person George Smith
 - dead
WARNING: Function 'name' - 38b8e040# 1065817: loc_soldier02.p3d REMOTE has no unit
 - network id 2:10589
 - person Umar Adel
 - dead
WARNING: Function 'name' - 313ee040# 1055346: acr_soldier_spec1.p3d REMOTE has no unit
 - network id 51:361
 - person Taras Hujer
 - dead
WARNING: Function 'name' - 38b94080# 1065816: loc_soldier04.p3d REMOTE has no unit
 - network id 2:10597
 - person Jamal Adel
 - dead
WARNING: Function 'name' - 38bd4080# 1065811: loc_soldier01.p3d REMOTE has no unit
 - network id 2:10586
 - person Abdul-Latif Ahmed-Khan
 - dead
 

 

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