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Most of OpenBSD’s internal daemons are already privilege separated and chrooted.
The service controller uses a dynamic RPC port, which is identified after talking to the RPC Endpoint Mapper on port 135, as mentioned by Greg Askew. Windows Firewall can be configured to allow the RPC dynamic ports through without any registry editing or RPC reconfiguration: Open Windows Firewall with Advanced Security. Create a new inbound rule with the ...
Classic firewall issue. Microsoft RPC high ports default to tcp/49152 - tcp/65535 on Windows 7/2008. Unless you have specified a custom RPC port range. The particular RPC endpoint in question is the Service Control Manager Remote Protocol (SCMR). If you run a packet capture at the time you run the sc command, you will see the port(s) in use. First it ...
have you tries other tools? i.e. wmic /node:NAME service or powershell -command get-service -computername NAME Have you tried locally to isolate whether it's a problem in the local machine or over the network? Shachaf.
Question is old and this might be a different root problem, but since i spent more than a week tracking it down and it might save someone time here goes: I am having a problem that presents a similar error. after digging in together with azure tech support their best guess (they are not sure) is that idle connections get killed by some proxy between the web ...
I would recommend you disabling the log of the device manager. This is exactly one of those things which you'll forget to enable once your server gets internet connection. Furthermore no ones seams to be sure how the device manager service interacts with WSUS? Run on CMD: wevtutil sl "Microsoft-Windows-DeviceSetupManager/Admin" /e:false
Instead of doing it manually, like suggested in the other answers, you could also change the init script. Just add such a line to the header: # chkconfig: 35 90 10 This will instruct chkconfig to add the service to the runlevels 3 and 5, with a start position of 90 and a kill position of 10.
This is normally performed using the "Reporting Services Configuration" tool, and navigating to the Windows Service Identity page to make the change.
I do use fig (has now been "renamed" to docker-compose) to adress this type of problem. One can denote the individual docker containers involved in a "depolyment" (as I will call it for now, please anyone: post a comment if you know better terminology. Bear with me, I'm german). This is done in YAML notation in a file named fig.ylm (docker-compose.yml if you ...
Network Service isn't a local account, it's a special principal (it's always S-1-5-20, while a local or domain user account will have a generated authority ID) - it still exists on domain controllers, it's just going to be a bit trickier to find it in the username lookup GUI since you'd normally select it by searching the local computer. You should be able ...
as it has been already identified - this error pops up with any issue while setting up network: IP conflict, routing issues, etc. Look at your gateway settings to confirm your gateways are set properly and things are what they need to be with /etc/syscofig/network and each of the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-* look for duplicate IP, routes set via ...
A failure to get an IP from DNS will also give this error as I have just found. In fact it looks like any error with networking will cause this error. This appears to be a problem with CentOS 7 in that it gives a very poor error here.
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