Why Certain DCOM 10016 Events Don't Matter

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  1. JohnBurns's Avatar
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       #11

    Thanks, Ed for this thread. I was driving myself nuts trying to find a fix. Now I am just relaxing and ignoring the 10016 errors in the Event Viewer. Appreciate your work and post on this.
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  2. Posts : 204
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       #12

    I've been ignoring these events for years and will continue to do so.
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  3. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #13

    Exactly. Annoyance? Nuisance? Against the purist grain? Very likely. But as stated in post #1 and many other places, save your sanity and just ignore them.
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  4. EdTittel's Avatar
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       #14

    Good call Dick (@f14tomcat). That's why I posted this thread. Thanks for your validation/endorsement.
    --Ed--
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  5. Compumind's Avatar
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       #15

    Extremely interesting thread!

    Thanks for taking the time to post this important information.
    The explanation clarifies many DCOM Events that don't make sense.

    What a relief. Now, if MS can put a "Snooze" button on these events, etc.

    Good work!

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  6. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #16

    EdTittel said:
    Good call Dick (@f14tomcat). That's why I posted this thread. Thanks for your validation/endorsement.
    --Ed--
    Needs to re-stated every now and then.
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  7. VBF's Avatar
    VBF
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       #17

    f14tomcat said:
    Needs to re-stated every now and then.
    I should have added my thanks to you both in my earlier post.
    The anorak in me would still like to understand the seemingly random nature of the events, but the pragmatist says "get a life"
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  8. ddelo's Avatar
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       #18

    VBF said:
    The anorak in me would still like to understand the seemingly random nature of the events, but the pragmatist says "get a life"

    Put the anorak to rest, like I did with this one (I even found the source of a Microsoft command line utility and asked my daughter to compile it, to change permissions!!!) and focus on the serious problems your PC has, attributable to Microsoft's inability to resolve basic things!
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  9. VBF's Avatar
    VBF
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       #19

    ddelo said:
    Put the anorak to rest, like I did with this one (I even found the source of a Microsoft command line utility and asked my daughter to compile it, to change permissions!!!) and focus on the serious problems your PC has, attributable to Microsoft's inability to resolve basic things!
    So true....

    UPDATE

    I wasn't looking for this but I am following another thread:
    Windows 10 October 2018 Update rollout now paused and these and similar errors were mentioned so i've copied the posts here "FYI".

    If you use Google Chrome I advise to allow Local Activation for 'Users' since Chrome execute in a User role sandbox and otherwise triggers an error every time it is started.

    AND

    About the 10016 events, mostly RuntimeBroker and Immersive Shell I don't think MS will correct since it's normally non-Microsoft applications (like Google Chrome) that triggers them.


    I think I'll still ignore them though.
    Last edited by VBF; 20 Oct 2018 at 07:17.
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  10. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #20

    Hey Ed: GRC
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