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Reset Security Settings to Default

S

Steve

#1
As much as I hate to admit this, I changed the Virtual Server 2005 R2
Security permissions so that the Administrator Account no longer has Full,
Modify, View, Remove, Change Permissions and Control. Don't ask me what I
was thinking. So now I am having issues not being able to configure or
change certain options.

Anyways, is it possible re-enable these settings? I have no problem
uninstalling if that is what it takes but thought I should ask first.
Basically I just installed it for testing purposes at this point. This is on
a Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2.

Thank you,

Steve
 

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#2
Hi,

try below step if it fix your problem
To fix this problem, you must reset the DCOM permissions for the
Authenticated Users group:
01. Open Component Services from the Administrative Tools folder of the
Start menu.
02. Expand Component Services.
03. Expand Computers.
04. Expand My Computer.
05. Expand DCOM Config.
06. Right-click Virtual Server and press Properties.
07. Select the Security tab.
08. Press Customize in the Launch and Activation Permissions area.
09. Press Edit.
10. In the Group or user names list, press Authenticated Users.
11. Select the Allow box for Launch Permission in the Permissions for
Authenticated Users list and press OK.
12. Press Customize in the Access Permissions area.
13. Press Edit.
14. In the Group or user names list, press Authenticated Users.
15. Select the Allow box for Access Permission in the Permissions for
Authenticated Users list and press OK.
16. Press Apply.
17. Press OK.
18. Close Component Services.

thanks

ericlaiys

"Steve" wrote:

> As much as I hate to admit this, I changed the Virtual Server 2005 R2
> Security permissions so that the Administrator Account no longer has Full,
> Modify, View, Remove, Change Permissions and Control. Don't ask me what I
> was thinking. So now I am having issues not being able to configure or
> change certain options.
>
> Anyways, is it possible re-enable these settings? I have no problem
> uninstalling if that is what it takes but thought I should ask first.
> Basically I just installed it for testing purposes at this point. This is on
> a Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2.
>
> Thank you,
>
> Steve
>
>
> .
>
 

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S

Steve

#3
Thank you Eric for the information. Unfortunately after making the changes
listed below and logging on to the Virtual Server, the Server Security
Properties are still displaying the message that the user does not have
sufficient access. All of the permission options are grayed out as well.

Does the Virtual Server Service need to be restarted by chance? I cant think
of anything else.



"Lai" <Lai@newsgroup> wrote in message
news:80EF52C7-9C6F-4ECA-8630-7DBE8F2FDAEC@newsgroup

> Hi,
>
> try below step if it fix your problem
> To fix this problem, you must reset the DCOM permissions for the
> Authenticated Users group:
> 01. Open Component Services from the Administrative Tools folder of the
> Start menu.
> 02. Expand Component Services.
> 03. Expand Computers.
> 04. Expand My Computer.
> 05. Expand DCOM Config.
> 06. Right-click Virtual Server and press Properties.
> 07. Select the Security tab.
> 08. Press Customize in the Launch and Activation Permissions area.
> 09. Press Edit.
> 10. In the Group or user names list, press Authenticated Users.
> 11. Select the Allow box for Launch Permission in the Permissions for
> Authenticated Users list and press OK.
> 12. Press Customize in the Access Permissions area.
> 13. Press Edit.
> 14. In the Group or user names list, press Authenticated Users.
> 15. Select the Allow box for Access Permission in the Permissions for
> Authenticated Users list and press OK.
> 16. Press Apply.
> 17. Press OK.
> 18. Close Component Services.
>
> thanks
>
> ericlaiys
>
> "Steve" wrote:
>

>> As much as I hate to admit this, I changed the Virtual Server 2005 R2
>> Security permissions so that the Administrator Account no longer has
>> Full,
>> Modify, View, Remove, Change Permissions and Control. Don't ask me what I
>> was thinking. So now I am having issues not being able to configure or
>> change certain options.
>>
>> Anyways, is it possible re-enable these settings? I have no problem
>> uninstalling if that is what it takes but thought I should ask first.
>> Basically I just installed it for testing purposes at this point. This is
>> on
>> a Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2.
>>
>> Thank you,
>>
>> Steve
>>
>>
>> .
>>
 

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