Windows 10: Win10ent Applocker -- cannot configure AppIDsvc Solved

  1.    11 Nov 2016 #1

    Win10ent Applocker -- cannot configure AppIDsvc


    Logged in as local administrator (not joined to a domain)
    Windows 10 Enterprise

    Application Identity Properties (Local Computer): if I change any attribute, then hit apply or ok, I get this message:
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    If I log in to a command shell as Administrator, then execute:

    c:\Windows\system32> sc config appidsvc start=auto

    I can get it to be configured to auto start

    However, when I then try to edit the other options, I similarly get denied, again:

    c:\Windows\system32> sc failure appidsvc reset=86400 actions=restart/1000/restart/1000/retart/1000
    [SC] ChangeServiceConfig2 FAILED 5:

    Access is denied.



    How do I gain access as an admin to make the changes? My account is an administrative local account on the machine, and it is not joined to the domain.

      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    22 Nov 2016 #2

    you must use the 'sc' utility, and you can only configure the 'start= ' option. You can also start/stop it from the shell. No other options are configurable.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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