Thank you for the tip.
Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on http://www.ChicagoTech.net
How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on http://www.HowToNetworking.com
"all4fun" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:052CA658-EA3C-47F8-8D21-D439B7B95AB0@microsoft.com...
I found this fix on another news group and thought I would share as I have
been trying to resolve this issue since March 2007. Since installing Vista
Business on a Dell D620 with Intel Core2 Duo 2GHz with 2GB Ram, I have not
been able to get into Network Sharing Center in any reasonable amount of
time, with Processor going to 100% and sometimes just simply having to end
the task. Also if you look in the notificaiton area, the network icon has a
red X and you get the message server execution failed but connected to local
lan when wired network connection was made (not wireless). In addition,
event viewer reported the error 7023 The Network List Service service
terminated with the following error: Insufficient system resources exist to
complete the requested service. When attempting to start the Network List
Service from services, I got an error. After much searching, and many hours
of shear frustration, I came across a post on a newsgroup. I still can find
no reference to any solution to this issue on Microsoft's web site and am
hoping one of the Microsoft personnel who regularly visit these sites will
get information posted on this for others to find easily. The fix for this
can be done in one of two ways:
>>Right click "Computer"
>>Under the "System Tools" section, Double click "Local Users and Groups"
>>Right click "Administrators"
>>Click "Add to group..."
>>Click "Find Now"
>>Double click "Local Service"
>>"NT Authority\Local Service" should show up in the list now
>>Close Computer Management and reboot.
Run the command prompt as administrator
From the command prompt, enter net localgroup Administrators LocalService /add
Verify using net localgroup Administrators
Restart Windows normally.