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CVE-2020-1472 | Netlogon Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability - Clarification needed

Q: CVE-2020-1472 | Netlogon Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability - Clarification needed

Hi
With this latest vulnerability, i need some clarification about what exactly is a "Non-Compliant Device".
In the KB articles definition, A non-compliant device is one that uses a vulnerable Netlogon secure channel connection.
So that means, lets say you have a Windows machine, that has not been patched correctly, and still uses vulnerable netlogon connection.
So once the DC is patched for this vulnerability, what will happen to this Windows machine?
Will it get denied connection and be reported in event ID: 5827/5828?
Or will it be allowed connection, as it is technically a non-compliant device based on the definition, as it is using vulnerable netlogon connection? And be logged under event ID: 5829?

The other question i have is for the use of the GPO policy: "Domain controller: Allow vulnerable Netlogon secure channel connections"
So i understand that this will bypass the enforcement.
However, if the "Non-Compliant" device is not a windows device, i will assume that the GPO will not work for these devices. So when in enforcement phase, for these such non windows devices that is still using vulnerable netlogon connection, there
is no workaround right? Either get vendor to provide a fix or decommission?

Thanks DM.

DM

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Hello,
I'm with security issue CVE-2020-1472 | Netlogon Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability and the following occurs to me:

I'm having trouble starting to collect events 5827-5831
I have installed the August 2020 update on a DC Microsot Windows Server 2012 R2 to start the event collection, and no events appear, even when logging in with Microsoft Windows Server 2012 without the August update.

I have set the FullSecureChannelProtection registry key to 1, and from a server with Microsoft Windows Server 2012 without the August 2020 update I can login without problems.

No events appear in the security log and I can login without problems with FullSecureChannelProtection at 1. I don't understand where the problem is. Can anyone give me any clues?

sorry for my english
Thanks

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Hello,
We still have Windows 2008 R2 server domain controllers.
We have a problem with the Netlogon secure channel CVE-2020-1472 update.
Despite the updated windows, the security flaw is still present.
Do you have a solution to remedy the problem.
Thank you.
Kind regards.

Patrick.

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Hiya

A privilege elevation vulnerability exists in the way that Microsoft Windows starts applications with specially crafted file manifests. This vulnerability could allow a logged on user to take complete control of the system

Affected Software:

Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 for Itanium-based Systems

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/ms06-075.mspx

Regards

eddie
 

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Hi everyone,
Our Nessus scanner detected the following vulnerability :


Description
<section>

The version of Microsoft Malware Protection Signature Update Stub (MpSigStub.exe) installed on the remote Windows host is prior to 1.1.16200.1. It is, therefore, affected by a elevation of privilege vulnerability which could allow an attacker who successfully
exploited this vulnerability to elevate privileges on the system.

</section>
Solution
<section>

Enable automatic updates to update the scan engine for the relevant antimalware applications. Refer to Knowledge Base Article 2510781 for information on how to verify that MMPE has been updated.

</section>
Plugin Output
<section>
Product : Microsoft Malware Protection Signature Update Stub
Path : C:\Windows\System32\MpSigStub.exe
Installed version : 1.1.15000.2
Fixed version : 1.1.16200.1
</section>
I don't understand how to fix that issue, is there any patches ?
Regards,
Lucas

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Hiya

This patch is a cumulative patch that includes the functionality of
all security patches released to date for IIS 5.0, and all patches
released for IIS 4.0 since Windows NT(r) 4.0 Service Pack 5. A
complete listing of the patches superseded by this patch is provided
below, in the section titled "Additional information about this
patch". Before applying the patch, system administrators should take
note of the caveats discussed in the same section

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/ms01-044.asp
Regards

eddie
 

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Hiya

The Windows Redirector is used by a Windows client to access files,
whether local or remote, regardless of the underlying network
protocols in use. For example, the "Add a Network Place" Wizard or
the NET USE command can be used to map a network share as a local
drive, and the Windows Redirector will handle the routing of
information to and from the network share.

A security vulnerability exists in the implementation of the
Windows Redirector on Windows XP because an unchecked buffer is
used to receive parameter information. By providing malformed data
to the Windows Redirector, an attacker could cause the system to
fail, or if the data was crafted in a particular way, could run
code of the attacker's choice.
Maximum Severity Rating: Important

Affected Software:

Microsoft Windows XP

Download locations for this patch

Windows XP:
32-bit Edition

64-bit Edition

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/security/bulletin/ms03-005.asp

Regards

eddie
 

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Hiya

The Network Connection Manager (NCM) provides a controlling
mechanism for all network connections managed by a host system.
Among the functions of the NCM is to call a handler routine
whenever a network connection has been established.

By design, this handler routine should run in the security context
of the user. However, a flaw could make it possible for an
unprivileged user to cause the handler routine to run in the
security context of LocalSystem, though a very complex process.
An attacker who exploited this flaw could specify code of his or
her choice as the handler, then establish a network connection
in order to cause that code to be invoked by the NCM. The code
would then run with full system privileges.

Maximum Severity Rating: Critical

Affected Software:

Microsoft Windows 2000

Download locations for this patch
Microsoft Windows 2000:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/Release.asp?ReleaseID=41406

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/security/bulletin/ms02-042.asp

Regards

eddie
 

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SEP 12.1 RU6 MP6 and earlier as well as SEP 14.1 MP1 are vulnerable as per CVE-2016-9093, CVE-2016-9094

Users running SEP 12.1 are advised to upgrade to SEP12.1 RU6 MP7. Users running SEP 14.1 are advised to update to SEP 14.1 MP1
 

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I have been hearing about the SMB 2 vulnerability and Microsoft's fix since early in the week. My question: Is this vulnerability theoretically (no attack yet) *not* a problem for users 1)with file and print sharing turned off and 2)using stand alone PC on internet?

Just want to know if I should implement the Fix.

Thanks.

A:Seek clarification on the SMB 2 vulnerability

Originally Posted by Katbird


I have been hearing about the SMB 2 vulnerability and Microsoft's fix since early in the week. My question: Is this vulnerability theoretically (no attack yet) *not* a problem for users 1)with file and print sharing turned off and 2)using stand alone PC on internet?

Just want to know if I should implement the Fix.

Thanks.



Hello Katbird & welcome to Vista Forums.
You might care to read the current Microsoft Tech Net article on the issue.
General Information, Executive Summary should provide you with an answer.
Hope that helps.
Microsoft Security Advisory (975497): Vulnerabilities in SMB Could Allow Remote Code Execution

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Lutomirski had recently reported the CVE-2014-9090 which was caused due to improper handling of faults associated with the Stack Segment (SS) register on the x86 architecture. After notification of CVE-2014-9090, Borislav Petkov pointed out to Lutomirski some further flaws that existed even after vulnerability.  After  research Lutomirski discovered that there were two bugs in the improper handling of Stack Segment (SS) register.  The new kernel kernel vulnerability is now identified CVE-2014-9322 and allows potential hacker to  gain privilege escalation on all X86_64 systems.
 
 
“Any kernel that is not patched against CVE-2014-9090 is vulnerable to privilege escalation due to incorrect handling of a #SS fault caused by an IRET instruction. In particular, if IRET executes on a writeable kernel stack (this was always the case before 3.16 and is sometimes the case on 3.16 and newer), the assembly function general_protection will execute with the user’s gsbase and the kernel’s gsbase swapped,” Lutomirski explained in an advisory.
He added that, “This is likely to be easy to exploit for privilege escalation, except on systems with SMAP or UDEREF. On those systems, assuming that the mitigation works correctly, the impact of this bug may be limited to massive memory corruption and an eventual crash or reboot.”
Privilege Escalation Vulnerability in Linux #CVE-2014-9322
 
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A vulnerability in the Panda 2016 products that allows the execution of code with elevated permissions has been detected in Small Business Protection and Panda 2016 products. The PSEvents.exe process is periodically run with elevated permissions and has dependencies of libraries located both in the default directory as well as in other system libraries. As the USERS group has Write permissions over the folder where the PSEvent.exe process is run and because the system first looks for libraries run by this process in the execution folder, it may be possible to create a malicious library in the execution folder that will replace one of the libraries installed in other folders. Therefore, a user could run malicious code with SYSTEM privileges.

Privilege escalation vulnerability in PSEvents.exe with Panda 2016 products - Technical Support - Panda Security
 

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Security researchers have find out ways to hijack the Intel-compatible PCs running Linux by exploiting the physical weaknesses in certain varieties of DDR DRAM (double data rate dynamic random-access memory) chips and gaining higher kernel privileges on the system.
 
The technique, dubbed "rowhammer", was outlined in a blog post published Monday by Google's Project Zero security initiative, a team of top security researchers dedicatedly identifies severe zero-day vulnerabilities in different software.
 
Rowhammer is a problem with recent generation DRAM chips in which repeatedly accessing a row of memory can cause "bit flipping" in an adjacent row which could allow anyone to change the value of contents stored in computer memory.
 
 
WHAT IS ROWHAMMER BUG
DDR memory is arranged in an array of rows and columns, which are assigned to various services, applications and OS resources in large blocks. In order to prevent each application from accessing the memory of other application, they are kept in a "sandbox" protection layer.
 
However, Sandbox protection can be bypassed using Bit flipping technique in which a malicious application needs to repeatedly access adjacent rows of memory in a tiny fraction of a second.
 
As a result, hammering two aggressor memory regions can disturb neighbouring locations, causing charge to leak into or out of neighbouring cells.

DRAM Rowhammer vulnerability Leads to Kernel Privilege Escalation

A:DRAM Rowhammer vulnerability Leads to Kernel Privilege Escalation

Program for testing for the DRAM "rowhammer" problem
The test should work on Linux or Mac OS X, on x86 only.
 
 
https://github.com/google/rowhammer-test
 

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Previous to Win 10 v2001 Cum Update 2020-07 the following folders were in:
C:\Users\Dennis\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\AC\

INetcache, INetCookies, INetHistory, Microsoft, MicrosoftEdgeTemp
After Win 10 v2001 Cum Update 2020-07 (7/30/2020) on 32-bit systems only:

All folders above except: "Temp" have been moved (to where?)
Edge still works fine!  Was this a security modification to secrete those folders?
Thanks in advance for any thoughts
DennisCPA

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Hi,
A couple of friends of mine were chatting about xp. One owns it, the other has Windows 98SE and wants to use the owned copy to upgrade.
Don't you have to register the software online?
If so, would he be able to use it?
Would it affect the xp owners setup at all?

I don't know anything about xp, so I couldn't comment on the "situation"

Thanks

moozer
 

A:Clarification needed re: Windows xp...

You can buy an upgrade Windows XP CD for the Windows 98SE computer, but you can't use someone else's copy to upgrade another computer legally. One license for one machine. You will have to activate Windows XP after you upgrade. You have an activation grace period of 30 days.
 

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I've seen a LOT of discussion about Windows 7 licensing and activation, but I have a technical question about it (vs. a LEGAL one)?

As an on-site service tech, I've run into several situations where users (mostly out of ignorance of the legalities of the licensing) attempted to re-use a license key intended for a single computer.

Does Microsoft actually have a mechanism in place with Windows 7 so when a retail license key is re-used on a new/different computer, it causes any previous computer running it to revert itself to a "not genuine" status? And if so, would this process be something not seen immediately -- but rather, something the user would run into randomly in the next 30 days or so?

Additionally, would the same be true of an "anytime upgrade" key purchased online?

I'm curious not because I'm looking for ways to skirt the law, but rather, because I've occasionally had customers insisting that their copy of Win 7 suddenly turned "non genuine" - and I'm wondering if this might not be the real reason people sometimes see this? (EG. They re-use a previously used CD key for 7 and initially it accepts it and the install appears to go fine. But then 30 days pass and the system checks in with a Microsoft server, which says "Oops... I already saw this key in use by another PC that checked in with me the other day." and it gets flagged.)

I do know this was NOT the way Microsoft handled activation for any of their other products ... Read more

A:Clarification needed on activation?

If you resuse a key, it will not be accepted on the second computer, there is no affect on the first.

You can install an OS, without givining the key. You would have 30 days to activate by phone. In this situation, you will slowly lose some of the Windows Features until, you can no longer use it. You do get MS warnings during the process

Using the same line of reasoining, if you do have an illegal copy or misused key. MS will notify you that it is not genuine and you slowly lose features until, you can no longer use the OS.

I do not want to go into detail as how MS operates, suffice it to say, it may take 30 or more days to be caught, but you will be caught.

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Last night I was just chilling, talking to a friend, and my computer decided to shut itself off. I turned it back on, rather confused, to find I was getting those little bubble pop-ups from the taskbar telling me that I had spyware that needed to be removed. Running the scan brought 33 "unwanted files". I was tired after a long day and wasn't really thinking about it. The program was asking me to register and purchase said program in order to remove the unwanted files. After about an hour I thought it seemed rather fishy (no, I didn't purchase the program) and googled the name.. WinAntispyware2008. Seems that was the culprit. In the 3 years I've had my computer (though upgraded a year and a half ago), I've never had an issue with spyware or trojans. I keep it fairly clean.. so I didn't really know what to do. I couldn't uninstall or remove the program in the Add/Remove Programs tool. Naturally, I looked up how to remove it and did what I thought worked. I came across someone recommending to download and run HijackThis.. but I didn't really want to.. so.. well, I didn't.

It seemed as though what I did removed the program, but when I would boot up the PC I got errors about not being able to find certain folders (ones that didn't exist, no less). When I woke up this morning, I had a message saying some important files had been removed or replaced and that I needed to insert my XP Pro CD in order to fix this problem. I was in a rush so I ignored it and figured I'd de... Read more

A:HijackThis Logfile - Clarification Needed

Bump.

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Hi,

could some please tell me whether the actual computer needs to be in the domain to be able to VPN into the server or is it just the user account.

eg. VPN from laptop into Server, where domain name is serverA.local. Does my laptop have to also be in the serverA.local domain or can I just be in any workgroup and as long as the credentials (eg. user account by the name of VPNUser with the correct settings and permissions) that I am using are valid in the Active Directory,then I can connect? Any help would be great. Thanks

Regards
Steve
 

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The only restore points that appear in the System Restore pane are the ones I created from the System Restore pane in the System Restore Menu. I have named them "manual" and they all show up.

Yet, if I look in the System Volume Information folder (I unhid it) I see restore files that were created later than any of my "manual" restore points by SR from Task Scheduler. The dates and times agree with those successful runs of SR in Task Scheduler.

Example: The last Restore Point showing in the System Restore menu is 11/18/2013.

SR was run successfully on 11/19 11/20 and 11/21. There are corresponding files in the System Volume Information folder for these dates and time run.

Why are there not restore points for the above dates in the System Restore pane?
I have a virus free system. I have some other programs running fine in Task Scheduler.

I have run vssadmin and shadow storage checks out fine. There is plenty of room in the System Restore reserved area.

The only thing I can think of is that Win 8 is said to have a 7-day restriction on creating restore points automatically. I believe it is 7 days from the last restore point. But if that is true, why is SR putting daily files in System Volume Information folder?

I spent a week installing and tweaking programs, data and settings for this new computer I am on. I'm hesitant to test a System Restore for fear there might be some corruption in the System Restore process which could cause me to have to reinstal... Read more

A:System Restore Help or Clarification Needed

Hello Lagunasrfr, and welcome to Eight Forums.

If you like, using OPTION THREE or OPTION FOUR in the tutorial below is also a good option to view your available restore points to see what they say.

System Protection Restore Points - Delete - Windows 7 Help Forums

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Well, I'm not quite sure if this is the correct forum, but I can't find more appropriate forum in this site.
We need some clarification from Microsoft about RNDIS specification that they wrote.
As per "[MS-RNDIS] ? v20140501" document (latest version I can find in the web), section 2.2.9 described the meaning of parameter MaxPacketsPerTransfer inside REMOTE_NDIS_INITIALIZE_CMPLT. The meaning of the parameter itself is self explanatory,
BUT it has comment that we find it puzzling. It stated that "The value MUST be at least 0x0000002C (44 bytes) for the protocol to be operational with a PacketAlignmentFactor of 4.".
First, where the 44B comes from? While the header size of REMOTE_NDIS_PACKET_MSG is indeed 44B, but then what is the point of sending an empty REMOTE_NDIS_PACKET_MSG that only contained header?
Second, how 44B is in alignment with 16B (PacketAlignmentFactor of 4 -> 16B alignment)?
Third, does this statement implicitly also saying the min. of PacketAlignmentFactor should be 4, i.e. 16B alignment?
Thx //Edo

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Hey guys, I'm running Windows Vista Home Premium...
I am logged on as Administrator (ACTUAL!)
And I was installing a software when it stopped and said:

"Please make sure you have local system administrator privileges on this system"

Here's what it looked like..

http://img127.imageshack.us/img127/23/wtfcs9.jpg

Is there any solutions to fix this problem?

I have tried fiddling with the permissions in the Security tab for the software, still no work.
 

A:Local System Admin Privilege Needed

There are several ways, some temporary, some permanent. The quick way, which usually works, is to right click the install.exe file and select "run as Administrator"
 

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Reading through to verify that everything will be patched for Windows clients (7, 8.1 and 10) I get directed to KB4073119 but there are some items which need to be clarified. Specifically:

Customers must take the following actions to help protect against the vulnerabilities:

Verify that you are running a supported antivirus application before you install operating system or firmware updates. Contact the antivirus software vendor for compatibility information.
   ...
 - The April 2018 updates were supposed to eliminate the requirement of a specific Antivirus version.  Is there a new one or is this simply old data based on the January-February updates?

"Windows-based computers (physical or virtual) should install the Microsoft security updates that were released January ? February 2018. ..."    
 - Shouldn't the latest rollup and cumulative patches provide the same protection?  Why do we have to make sure January and February 2018 patches are installed?

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Hi all,

I went to use a friends computer the other day and found that the machine was running considerably slower than what it should be running. I ran adaware and removed a bunch of bots, but also found that there were 2020 running processes, which to me seemed beyond excessive. Is there a way to cease running processes that are not needed and keep them from running upon startup? I also ran spybot... Your help is appreciated. thanks.
 

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I have tried 3 times to do an XP Repair Install recently - all resulting in shutting down the system with the power switch (have completed it successfully in the past), but after the reboot, the XP Repair Install only gets as far as the Progress bar Window that appears briefly before the Login Window and hangs with the progress bar continuing across the screen, but never continuing the Reinstall any further.

With my WinXP Pro SP2 hard drive mounted on my Linux FC3 system with an NTFS driver installed, I copied (recursively) all of the important folders onto Linux where I can create an ISO9660 filesystem image (.iso) file (multiple CDs) that can be used to recreate the information on a new Parallel Install of WinXP Pro SP2.

While attempting to initiate a Parallel Install (in the same partition) which would necessitate a new non-existing folder,e.g. C:\WinXP, instead of C:\Windows for installation, it occured to me that I was not certain whether:
C:\Documents and Settings and C:\Program Files would survive (if doing the Parallel Install in the same partition).

Question #1:
I am guessing that they would NOT survive - just looking for confirmation on this fact, so can anyone confirm that?

Question #2:
I am also guessing that for those folders to survive a Parallel Install that I would have to create a new partition in which to load the Parallel Install (Have lots of GBs on the WinXP Pro SP2 disk, however, most of the disk is partitioned for C:\)- can anyone confirm that also?... Read more

A:Clarification needed for WinXP Parallel Install: Several Questions

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I have seen this question asked before and attempted a few solutions. Fixing computer problems is not my forte and I would really like an easy to followed solution. I have downloaded the program Apache OpenOffice 4.1.2. It has converted most of my files to OpenOffice.org XML 1.0 Spreadsheet. When I first downloaded them and was able to open some they would only open as spreadsheet files, OpenOffice calc. Now all I get is the above message.
I'm not wishing to make myself unwelcomed as a new comer but I have found things becoming more and more complicated and not as easily fixed since moving from Windows 7. Unfortunately, for me, when I purchased my current laptop it came with W8 which I managed to cope with only just. When W10 came along I was drawn in by the online recommendations and went along with the upgrade.
A friend of mine who knows a lot more about computers than I do has stayed with Windows 7 because of all the reports that are circulating about the problems. He has helped me out with a download that I purchased and was not able to install with Windows 10 by using his Windows 7. He has also downloaded and is using Apache OpenOffice without any problems.
I would just like some help to sort out these problems which Windows 10, I'm sorry to say, seems to be creating. It's getting to the stage where I'll be needing an outside Technician to come help me out which is not what I would prefer

A:The requested elevation requires elevation

Hi easily confused,

I did some checking, and it looks as if it might be a permission error. See HERE for details.

Also, if you are unable to get that sorted out, there is the option of using a replacement program called LibreOffice. See HERE to compare the two.

Hang in there with Win-10 as these bugs will resolve in time and sooner or later. The one thing that might help might be to do a clean install, rather than a basic upgrade. See HERE.

b1rd

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I have seen this question asked before and attempted a few solutions. Fixing computer problems is not my forte and I would really like an easy to followed solution. I have downloaded the program Apache OpenOffice 4.1.2. It has converted most of my files to OpenOffice.org XML 1.0 Spreadsheet. When I first downloaded them and was able to open some they would only open as spreadsheet files, OpenOffice calc. Now all I get is the above message.
I'm not wishing to make myself unwelcomed as a new comer but I have found things becoming more and more complicated and not as easily fixed since moving from Windows 7. Unfortunately, for me, when I purchased my current laptop it came with W8 which I managed to cope with only just. When W10 came along I was drawn in by the online recommendations and went along with the upgrade.
A friend of mine who knows a lot more about computers than I do has stayed with Windows 7 because of all the reports that are circulating about the problems. He has helped me out with a download that I purchased and was not able to install with Windows 10 by using his Windows 7. He has also downloaded and is using Apache OpenOffice without any problems.
I would just like some help to sort out these problems which Windows 10, I'm sorry to say, seems to be creating. It's getting to the stage where I'll be needing an outside Technician to come help me out which is not what I would prefer

A:The requested elevation requires elevation

Hi easily confused,

I did some checking, and it looks as if it might be a permission error. See HERE for details.

Also, if you are unable to get that sorted out, there is the option of using a replacement program called LibreOffice. See HERE to compare the two.

Hang in there with Win-10 as these bugs will resolve in time and sooner or later. The one thing that might help might be to do a clean install, rather than a basic upgrade. See HERE.

b1rd

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Hi, I am troubleshooting a problem with my usb wireless adapter / home wireless network for my fileserver....

This works:

ping 192.168.1.110 WORKS
ping 192.168.1.110 -n 25 -l 1000 WORKS
ping 192.168.1.110 -n 25 -l 1472 WORKS
ping 192.168.1.110 -n 25 -l 1473 TIMES OUT
ping 192.168.1.110 -n 25 -l 2000 TIMES OUT

Any idea what would cause this / what is the problem? How to fix?

When transferring large files, the network name is no longer available... I think this has something to do with it!
 

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hi with netlogon how do i make it open a program so when i login it automatically opens a program?
 

A:Netlogon

You don't netlogon is only a service.... It does not have this capability.

What you want to do is put the program into the startup group. It will then start on each reboot.
 

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Hello.
My Netlogon Service stopped and when I want to start it show me an error about dependencies. Workstation Service is set on "Local System account" but how about Netlogon service? Should it on "Local System account" too?
Thank you.

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I have a DHCP domain and some of my PC's are unable to logon to the domain I receive netlogon service not running. I go into service and try to manually start the service and I get an error -- "the dependancy service or group failed to start."

 

A:Netlogon service

If the machines are unable to get an IP address from the DHCP server, the netlogon service will not start. Check the TCP/IP properties on the client machines and make sure they are setup for DHCP. Also, try doing ipconfig /release & renew.
 

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Hi Guys,

I'm running an NT 4.0 network. I have a problem with my netlogon folder. The users on my network can navigate to this and have access to it. Is there any way of changing the permissions so that it will still work ok but they can't do anything to it. Just out of interest what should the netlogon folder permissions be anyway incase i've just set it up wrongly.

Any help will be gratefully received,
Cheers
Speckee
 

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This is a tough one...NT 4.0 network with w9* clients. Receiving error 1015...unable to update configuration from \\server\netlogon\config.pol the registry is corrupt... OR error 1016...an I\O operation initiated by the registry failed unrecoverably.... I believe the config.pol file may be corrupt and has corrupted the registries of the clients. anyone know where to edit the registry on win9* machines? i DO NOT want to re-install windows on all the clients. any ideas at all would help, i've been trying to figure this one out for a week and it's getting worse. would overwriting the config.pol file on the NT box help? I'm pulling my hair out here.
 

A:NT netlogon errors

Darren,
Delete the config.pol from the server, create a new one if desired, Save the file as Config.pol in the Netlogon folder of either the primary domain controller or the backup domain controller. The Netlogon folder is located in the following folder:

C:\Winnt\System32\Repl\Import\Scripts

Then try to log in again in some workstations and let's see if this will fix it.

I you don't want to delete, then rename it to config.old. login in one workstation and see what happend.

Good luck

T
 

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I got this dell laptop running xp pro and when I try to log on I get.

Unable to log you on because the netlogon service is not running on this machine.

This was in safe mode.....so am I SOL? What I do? I think I may have deleted something out of the registry....I did back it up first and I was going to restore it.....but I can't log on.
 

A:Solved: netlogon

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I am running a Windows XP machine in a Windows 2000 network. Everytime the Windows XP machine reboots it gets these errors:

Netlogon 5719 & w32time 14

I have been researching these errors for a while and I am lost. The computer has full functionality, except when logged onto the database on a remote computer for long periods of time, and does not give errors when logging on.

However if you go into the event viewer after booting up there is 1 Netlogon event and 3 w32time events.

I have tried updating the NIC driver, replacing the NIC, switching ports on the switch, extending the netlogon timeout time, and disabling the spanning tree algorithm on the port.

I need to fix this issue before we have a bigger issue. If anyone has any suggestions please tell me.

Thank you.

A:Netlogon & W32time errors

is there a description that goes with each error?

It may be that there is no domain controller for the domain...
see here..MS technet article

and here...MS Knowledgebase article

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A thread from last year (5/2001) that the best fix is to reinstall the OS and install SP6. My problem is that SP6 is already installed on the server. I am concerned that the reinstall/fix will delete software (obviously a great concern) and it is specialized surveillance software that I am unfamiliar with. The server doesn't act as a file server but rather as the security utility operator.

Please help.

Thank you.
AMRS
 

A:Netlogon Service NOT running BUT has SP6

Reinstalling the Service Pack will not damage any files, just replace any damaged ones that the service pack has.

Reinstalling the OS will kill all your settings and reset the registry, so you would have to reinstall all the programs again.
Can you start it manually?

Is there an event in the event viewer that might give you a little more to go on?
 

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Hi,

It happens in Windows 7 and Windows 10 workstations.

Issue : Domain Admin is suddenly missing from the Administrator group for the workstions. 
Reason : Netlogon service is showing like below



System event log shows as below










"LanmanWorkstation" is exists in the "DependOnService" value under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/System/CurrentControlSet/Services/Netlogon/
Local Administrator account is disabled as per organization policy. so workstation is not having any administrator account to start the netlogon service

Please help

Regards, Boopathi

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Every time I start up my Windows XP computer, an error message appears in the event viewer
 
 
 
This computer is configured as a member of a workgroup, not as a member of a domain. The Netlogon service does not need to run in this configuration.
 
but the problem is, this computer is not a member of a domain or a workgroup. it is just a computer hooked up to my high-speed internet. Google only showed results for people trying to set up a domain and one result from someone with a workgroup, and that guy had no replies, but there was nothing regarding the error message for computers with neither of those, nothing for home computers hooked up to the internet.
 
I was wondering if you can help me find the cause and help me fix it

A:"netlogon" error every startup

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista-security/event-id-3095/d6e41ae9-1e51-461b-9f41-34af8821da36?db=5&auth=1
 
Louis

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I recently encountered a problem on the networking of Win 7 professional. My laptop is installed with Windows 7, 64bit, with Service Pack 1.

I have shared some local folders via my home WLAN so I can access the files while using my other devices in living room, bedroom, and etc. It's been going quite well, until one night last week. I couldn't access my local files thru WLAN. It kept saying that
User login information is not correct but I've double checked that user name and password are both correct. Besides, the sharing settings of my local folders are all the sam as they were.

Based on my poor IT knowledge, I checked services running on my laptop and found Netlogon service shows "Manual" and stopped. I tried to change it back to "Automatic" and then started it. Then a dialogue box poped up saying: "The
netlogon service on local computer started and then stopped. Some services stop automatically if they have no work to do". And the service stopped.

And after I restarted my laptop, I found the Netlogon service was again switched back to "Manual". And I repeated the previous steps but it kept showing that message. I restarted the computer several times and it's still the same.
I didn't install any softwares last week before the problem occurred, except the Windows update KB4480907 and KB2808679. And the laptop have been running very normally since last December, with no blue screen or forced shut-down.

Another strange t... Read more

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Hi there,

Heres my problem:

I have an Microsoft NT Back Office 4.5 that belongs to a client of mine. I got a phone call that that users are unable to connect to the server.

I arrive at the scene, and try log into the server localy with the Administrator username and password. It tries to authenticate, but then I get the error message that NETLOGON services are not running on this machine. So therefore there is no way for me to logon to the machine.

I bounce (reboot) the machine, still no joy.

What do I do now? I cant logon to the machine to do anything... so I really dont know what to do. There seems to be no other way into the machine. Could I possibly take the hard drive out the box, slave it in another machine and try edit the registory that way? Is that possible? If so, where/how would I do this?

Any other ideas?

Your help on this would be greatly appretiated.

Pathios
 

A:Windows NT NETLOGON Problem. HELP!!!

http://www.petri.co.il/forgot_administrator_password.htm
http://www.windowsnetworking.com/kb...ecoverLostWindowsNTAdministratorPassword.html
http://techrepublic.com.com/5100-22_11-5455038.html
http://www.petri.co.il/forgot_administrator_password.htm#2

Check these out...doc
 

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I have a Windows XP SP3 (current patching and trend micro current and scans clean) user who keeps losing his connection to the file server, but he does not loose connection to the internet. This happens at random times but mostly during the night while the pc is on but logged off. All the hardware has been switched (Network card, patch cable, wall outlet and switch. I have reinstalled Trend Micro.
He gets several errors:
Event Type: Error
Event Source: AutoEnrollment
Event Category: None
Event ID: 15
Date: 8/8/2010
Time: 9:17:24 PM
User: N/A
Computer: 200-CEO
Description:
Automatic certificate enrollment for local system failed to contact the active directory (0x8007054b). The specified domain either does not exist or could not be contacted.
Enrollment will not be performed.

Event Type: Error
Event Source: NETLOGON
Event Category: None
Event ID: 5719
Date: 8/6/2010
Time: 1:17:17 PM
User: N/A
Computer: 200-CEO
Description:
No Domain Controller is available for domain IRONCOUNTY due to the following:
There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request. .
Make sure that the computer is connected to the network and try again. If the problem persists, please contact your domain administrator.
vent Type: Warning
Event Source: LSASRV
Event Category: SPNEGO (Negotiator)
Event ID: 40961
Date: 8/5/2010
Time: 1:52:02 PM
User: N/A
Computer: 200-CEO
Description:
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A:XP with netlogon and autoenrollment errors

Mod bump as it sat a few dats in wrong forum.

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Hello to all of you.

I wish to know the importance of the following windows system files.

1. secli.dll
2. netlogn.dll
3. eventlog.dll

I have seen many a times while the forum guys are helping people in removing the virus/malware etc they are interested in the location of above files. Are they very crucial to the system?

For providing the above information, I am thankful to all of you.

With kind regards.
Manoj

A:secli.dll netlogon.dll eventlog.dll

Presumably you meant: SCECLI.dll, not secli.dll.

Googling all three files, seems to indicate that they are all legitimate Windows files.

Check the properties of each file in Windows\System32 for confirmation.

I don't generally delete files which have presumably been installed by the OS.

This is what appears in my Windows\System32:

All 3 files dated 14.4.2008

(modified the 29.8.2002 files, on installation of SP3)

1. scecli.dll

Windows Security Configuration Editor Client Engine

5.1.2600.5512
(xpsp.080413-2113)

2. netlogn.dll

Net Logon Services DLL

5.1.2600.5512
(xpsp.080413-2113)

3. eventlog.dll

Event logging service

5.1.2600.5512
(xpsp.080413-2111)

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Hi,

I am not able to connect into the domain. I get an error that the Windows netlogon service is not started. But when I go into services, I can not even see the netlogon service. I also can't see the workstation service.

Its a windows xp with the latest patches etc.

When I try to disjoin the computer from the, I get the following error:

"he identification of the computer cannot be changed because networking is not installed or is not properly configured"

Please help.

Thanks
 

A:Missing Netlogon Service

Looks like the registry entries got deleted:
KEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Netlogon
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\lanmanworkstation

You could do a system restore, or if you are comfortable editing the registry import them from the registry of another PC running XP and restart windows (probably easier).
 

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I recently encountered a problem on the networking of Win 7 professional. My laptop is installed with Windows 7, 64bit, with Service Pack 1.

I have shared some local folders via my home WLAN so I can access the files while using my other devices in living room, bedroom, and etc. It's been going quite well, until one night last week. I couldn't access my local files thru WLAN. It kept saying that
User login information is not correct but I've double checked that user name and password are both correct. Besides, the sharing settings of my local folders are all the sam as they were.

Based on my poor IT knowledge, I checked services running on my laptop and found Netlogon service shows "Manual" and stopped. I tried to change it back to "Automatic" and then started it. Then a dialogue box poped up saying: "The
netlogon service on local computer started and then stopped. Some services stop automatically if they have no work to do". And the service stopped.

And after I restarted my laptop, I found the Netlogon service was again switched back to "Manual". And I repeated the previous steps but it kept showing that message. I restarted the computer several times and it's still the same.
I didn't install any softwares last week before the problem occurred, except the Windows update KB4480907 and KB2808679. And the laptop have been running very normally since last December, with no blue screen or forced shut-down.

Another strange t... Read more

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i can no longer log on to my company's domain with a host system. it gives me the following error: "Unable to log you on because netlogon service is not running on this machine"
can anyone please help me out? Thanks. Tots.
 

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Hi, 
We have Windows 7 client machines which are joined to domain.
But we are unable to dis join from domain and getting below error.

We have check and found Netlogon service is missing in services.msc console.
We also verified registry setting of netlogon, Lanmanworkstation and lanmanserver setting are compared with working machine and found all are same.
Please let me know to recover or reinstall the Netlogon service on problematic client machines... 

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I have an NT 4.0 server that will not allow ANYONE to log in. All get a message saying the netlogon service is not running so the system cannot log them in. This is a somewhat critical machine and I would like to know if there is a way to either log in and start the service again or start it some other way. Thanks for any help...

Pat Russell
 

A:Netlogon service not running

I had exactly the same problem with a Windows NT 4.0 workstation. The solution that Microsoft gives is to install Service Pack 6 but you can't do that if you can't log in, can you?
What I had to resort to doing is reinstalling Windows NT 4.0 Workstation, leaving the data intact but that can cause more problems then it is worth as programs lose registry keys and may stop working.
If you have a backup of your data on the Server, the best is to reinstall Windows NT Server and wipe all data while reinstalling.
The Netlogon service will work once reinstalled.
Unfortunately, I found no way to bypass the logon.
If you find out another solution, I would love to know.
 

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