Re: Access Denied after joining domain
I realize it's not an ideal solution, but to get started you can add
the Everyone group with full control to HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet
\Services. This will get you the ability to create registry subkeys.
Procmon pointed out that the reason the services were failing with
Access Denied is because of missing permissions to create registry
subkeys, specifically in services like the Base Filtering Engine. At
this point I'm not sure what user/group lost its permissions to do
this, but it was after joining a domain.
My only hangup at the moment is the Diagnostic Policy Service. I
still get access denied on that service, but using the above I was
able to start the BFE and the Windows Firewall. I hope this at least
helps someone along enough to provide feedback or a solution to
further services down the line.
On Feb 23, 2:11 pm, joespr wrote:
> I have the same problem. And I've seen various posts about this but no solution.
> I (and I am sure many others) are giving up on Vista at least until it can work.
> Typical M$Soft attitude: crap on the users.
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