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  1. #1
    rubenj
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    anyone seen this devil

    Every time I open the Task manager unde win2k Server I get this message on my event logs:

    Type: failure
    Category: Object access
    Event ID: 560

    Object Open:
    Object Server: Security
    Object Type: Desktop
    Object Name: Winlogon
    New Handle ID: -
    Operation ID: {0,499697}
    Process ID: 1120
    Primary User Name: Administrator
    Primary Domain: BLIPP
    Primary Logon ID: (0x0,0x1AC60)
    Client User Name: -
    Client Domain: -
    Client Logon ID: -
    Accesses MAX_ALLOWED
    Read Objects
    Write objects

    Privileges -

    This is gonna kill me some day. I have to get rid of these.

    Maybe it has something to do with access permissions. Anyone with the same experience.

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    Uranium Lounger
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    Re: anyone seen this devil

    It does sound as though your access permissions have been changed. This happens when you open Task Manager?
    -Mark

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    rubenj
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    Re: anyone seen this devil

    Yes. When I open Task Manager. Seen it?

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    Re: anyone seen this devil

    Not this particular devil, no - but I have had similar problems with NT security in the past.

    Here's what I would suggest you try: Right-click on the TASKMGR.EXE file, which is in %systemroot%SYSTEM32. On the security tab, make sure that the user you are logged in as, as well as administrators, has rights to the file. Also check the box that reads Allow inheritable permissions from parent to propagate this object. See if that resets the permission on the object.

    You may need to take ownership of the file, too. Do you recall any security changes that may have affected the permissions on the SYSTEM32 directory?
    -Mark

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