The %1 permission settings do not grant %2 %3 permission for the COM Server application with CLSID %4 to the user %5%6 SID (%7). This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool. %1 = machine-default, application-specific; %2 = local, remote; %3 = launch, activation; %4 = ; %5 = /; %6 = .

Details
Product: Windows Operating System
Event ID: 10016
Source: DCOM
Version: 5.2
Symbolic Name: EVENT_COM_ACCESS_DENIED_IN_SERVER_ACTIVATION_OR_LAUNCH_PERMISSION
Message:

The %1 permission settings do not grant %2 %3 permission for the COM Server application with CLSID %4 to the user %5\%6 SID (%7). This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.

%1 = machine-default, application-specific; %2 = local, remote; %3 = launch, activation; %4 = ; %5 = /; %6 = .

   
Explanation

A program, the Clsid displayed in the message, tried to start the DCOM server by using the DCOM infrastructure. Based on the security ID (SID), this user does not have the necessary permissions to start the DCOM server.

   
User Action

Verify that the user has the appropriate permissions to start the DCOM server.

To assign permissions

  1. Using Regedit, navigate to the following registry value
    HKCR\Clsid\clsid value\localserver32
    The clsid value is the information displayed in the message.
  2. In the right pane, double-click Default.
    The Edit String dialog box is displayed. Leave this dialog box open.
  3. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.
  4. Double-click Administrative Tools, and then double-click Component Services.
  5. In the Component Services snap-in, expand Computers, expand My Computer, and double-click DCOM Config.
  6. In the right pane, locate the program by using its friendly name.
  7. Right-click the program name, and then select Properties.
  8. On the Security tab, in the Launch and Activation Permissions group box, select Customize, and then click Edit.

Add the user to the permissions list, and give the user the appropriate permissions.

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