Got this error today Event 4401

  1.    19 Feb 2017 #1

    Got this error today Event 4401

    7.488: EFS service failed to provision a user for EDP. Error code: 0x80070005.

    What is this? Should I be worried?
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  2.    19 Feb 2017 #2

    It doesn't matter - only an authority issue.

    You can fix it like this but I wouldn't bother personally. The event viewer is full of all sorts of odd messages and is only worth look at if something isn't working.
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  3.    21 Apr 2017 #3

    I have the same issue and it has been going on for over a monthh. I found a fix, but only for the surface pro, here it is, I hope someone can clear this up for those w/o Surface pro Type Cover: (I know, hard to beleive)

    I also had this event log, which lead me to the fix for the surface pro, but not my desk top, after chasing various VSS and Volsnap type fixes:

    Volume Shadow Copy Service Warning: The Volume Shadow Copy Service is shutting down and is erxperiencing delay while waiting for in-progress calls to complete.

    Application VSS Event ID: 24 Warning.

    Here is the link I found: https:// Forums/en-US/b34765b9-11cb-4b4d-84cc-41663073627c/ bitlocker-management-slow-or-unresponsive?forum=win10itprosecurity

    (I added two blank spaces after each / above because it changed to the hyperlink below, which may take you to the fix, but that was not my intent. I did R click that and open in new tab and it brought me to the same link.)

    BitLocker management slow or unresponsive
    Last edited by Lambert58; 21 Apr 2017 at 03:40. Reason: typos
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  4.    21 Apr 2017 #4

    Sorry, what happens to me is when it hangs, it slams my computer usage up to %70 at times, but maintains a steady %30, with task manager showing its a VSS issue, it's crazy.
    I'll wait and see if anyone else has this and try the fix suggested in the initial responsee, THANX for that as well Ix07, going to give it a whirl now. But that power drain is a bit more than a bother on my end. I found this while I was prepping to do a clean reinstall as well, so i have waited to do that, if I can avoid it, i would rather.
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  5.    21 Apr 2017 #5

    I found it interesting in the link provided by Ix07, one referenced back to tenfourms. More interesting is that my issues are nothing like the issues in that thread it seems, redbatman, did you experience any issues, or just find the error in your logs? the power drain is not a minor issue, so, i guess the generic access denied is only a part of my issue as mine seems certain to be tied to VSS, Volstamp, or possibly Bitlocker, which I dont intentionally use and dont see any files encrypted as such.

    Ain't it just like the night to play tricks when you're tryin' to be so quiet?
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