Event ID 10031

  1.    21 Apr 2018 #1

    Event ID 10031


    Hi so I got this error last night, anybody know what it means?

    "An unmarshaling policy check was performed when unmarshaling a custom marshaled object and the class {41FD88F7-F295-4D39-91AC-A85F3149A05B} was rejected"

    "An unmarshaling policy check was performed when unmarshaling a custom marshaled object and the class {95CABCC9-BC57-4C12-B8DF-BA193232AA01} was rejected"
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  2.    21 Apr 2018 #2

    A potential fix shows up in a social. technet.microsoft thread
    I was having the same error, but class name was {0E119E63-267A-4030-8C80-5B1972E0A456}
    I am using Windows 10
    I searched the class name in Registry (I found three or four of it), changed the permissions of Administrators and System accounts to FULL for the keys and subkeys.
    After restart, error was gone. I hope this helps.
    Regards,


    Friday, January 27, 2017 7:40 PM
    ErhanEr
    To follow suit, you'd have to search on the two class names that are throwing those errors, and do what EthanEr did with them to fix your problem. I can't find any evidence that these errrors are serious online, though, so my take on this is "Purely cosmetic -- to clean up the Event log, in other words -- and not completely necessary." Depends on how compulsive you are on removing errors from Event Viewer, I think.

    HTH,
    --Ed--
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  3.    21 Apr 2018 #3

    Well this is the first time I got these, and upon doing some googling I found out they could be related to the MS store or Servers. Anyhow thanks, based on your answer it seems this is nothing to worry about.
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  4.    21 Apr 2018 #4

    Anyhow thanks, based on your answer it seems this is nothing to worry about.

    Yes, that was indeed my conclusion -- that is "nothing to worry about" -- after having looked into it on your behalf. Some posters and members here at TenForums insist on squeaky-clean Event Logs, though, so I wanted to position the fix as "You can do it if you want to, but you don't absolutely have to do it to fix a burning or serious issue." By George, I think you got it!

    --Ed--
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  5.    21 Apr 2018 #5

    These days I prefer not to look at event viewer and if something needed my attention, I'd hope Windows would tell me.
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  6.    22 Apr 2018 #6

    Good point @swarfega. I find Reliability Monitor to be a much quicker way to zero in on stuff I might actually be concerned about. And even then, much of what surfaces -- IE errors of late which is moving me away from IE and more onto Chrome, Firefox and, to some extent, Edge -- I really can't do anything about (except change my computing behaviors, as already noted). Thanks!
    --Ed--
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