Windows 10: Event ID 10016, DistributedCOM

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  1. Posts : 39
    Windows 10 Home Premium v1803 64bit OS Build 17134.228
    Thread Starter
       29 May 2018 #11

    Event ID 10016, DistributedCOM


    Hi ddelo,
    Screenshot of the command prompt with error.
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  2.    29 May 2018 #12

    Hey parsonm,
    I believe the command should be ...
    DCOMperm -al {8BC3F05E-D86B-11D0-A075-00C04FB68820} set "Home-PC\Malcolm" permit level:la
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  3.    29 May 2018 #13

    parsonm said: View Post
    Hi ddelo,
    Screenshot of the command prompt with error.
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    1. Your command at the end is: permit level:1a
    It should be: permit level:la

    2. Your command has: set "Home-PC\<Malcolm>"
    It should be: set "Home-PC\Malcolm"

    Try that (copy/paste from here):
    Code:
    DCOMperm -al {8BC3F05E-D86B-11D0-A075-00C04FB68820} set "Home-PC\Malcolm" permit level:la
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  4. Posts : 39
    Windows 10 Home Premium v1803 64bit OS Build 17134.228
    Thread Starter
       30 May 2018 #14

    Event ID 10016, DistributedCOM


    ddelo,

    It worked this time. Screen print below. I can't see what I was doing incorrectly when manually inputting but the control c and control v worked.

    Thanks again for your help.
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  5. Posts : 39
    Windows 10 Home Premium v1803 64bit OS Build 17134.228
    Thread Starter
       30 May 2018 #15

    ddelo,

    Re my last comments, I have just seen your notes at the end of your last post and of course that explains it. Thanks again for your time and patience.
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  6.    30 May 2018 #16

    parsonm said: View Post
    ddelo,

    It worked this time. Screen print below. I can't see what I was doing incorrectly when manually inputting but the control c and control v worked.

    Thanks again for your help.
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    You're most welcome. Great that you got it working!
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  7.    30 May 2018 #17

    Yeah, Dmitri (@ddelo): I couldn't tell the difference between one-A and ell-A until I saw the actual characters in the monospaced command line font myself. Sans-serif fonts (like the default forum font) are great, but sometimes you can't tell what you're looking at. Yet another reason that cutting and pasting tools are so valuable, eh?
    --Ed--
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  8.    30 May 2018 #18

    EdTittel said: View Post
    Yeah, Dmitri (@ddelo): I couldn't tell the difference between one-A and ell-A until I saw the actual characters in the monospaced command line font myself. Sans-serif fonts (like the default forum font) are great, but sometimes you can't tell what you're looking at. Yet another reason that cutting and pasting tools are so valuable, eh?
    --Ed--
    Being able to spot typos is a good reason for writing commands and scripts using a monospace font (Consolas, CourierNew etc). When using a sans-serif font just enlarge it, so you can tell the difference between similar characters...and as you said, Copy/Paste is on of the most valuable functions the Windows environment offers!
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  9.    30 May 2018 #19

    You see Ed ( @EdTittel ), remember the first thing they taught us when we were learning how to use computers.
    These machines are extremely powerful but also extremely dumb...as they do exactly what we tell them to do and not what we would like them to do...even with AI !!!
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  10. Posts : 9
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       30 May 2018 #20

    It seems that I've got rid of the event finally. For that, I had to run Cmd.exe as 'SYSTEM' instead of 'TrustedInstaller'. It makes some sense because, in my PC, the CLSID Owner is 'TrustedInstaller' but the APPID Owner is 'SYSTEM', not 'TrustedInstaller'.
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