Arnrist - 2012-09-12

Hi.

Im new to Mumble/Murmur, and have installed Murmur on a Windows Server 2008
r2.
The port (both UDP and TCP) are forwarded in my router, and opend for in my
Windows Firewall (Inbound rules).

I've tested that the solution is working. No malfunction in the sound that are
sent or recieved between the clients.
But in my Server log i get one line per connected user per minutte.
Tried to force TCP on the client side, but same error:
<W>2012-09-12 20:28:09.159 1 => <3:user1(1)> Requested crypt-nonce resync
<W>2012-09-12 20:28:23.236 1 => <9:user2(2)> Requested crypt-nonce resync
<W>2012-09-12 20:29:24.285 1 => <3:user1(1)> Requested crypt-nonce resync
<W>2012-09-12 20:29:28.341 1 => <9:user2(2)> Requested crypt-nonce resync
<W>2012-09-12 20:30:24.384 1 => <3:user1(1)> Requested crypt-nonce resync
<W>2012-09-12 20:30:33.472 1 => <9:user2(2)> Requested crypt-nonce resync
<W>2012-09-12 20:31:24.508 1 => <3:user1(1)> Requested crypt-nonce resync
<W>2012-09-12 20:31:33.520 1 => <9:user2(2)> Requested crypt-nonce resync

(Ive changed real usernames with user1 and user2)

The Murmur server have been restarted after changes have been made.
Ive seen a thread regarding AMD64 and BuildingFreeBSD, but not shure if this
is related to my issue, when there are no sound issues.
Saw a code that is a "fix", but no manual for implemtation.

Since all sounds are "OK", its not the worst error, but it is verry annoying
that these errors are "messing up" my server log.
Have searched for a while on web for solutions, but cant find anything I can
fix on.

Anyone have same error message, and fixed it?
Tips on solutions?