artzoop
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Re: Cannot start Diagnostic Policy Service
Posted: 02-20-2008, 03:08 PM
Hi, Malke,

My domain administrator logged on to my laptop connected to the
domain, and got the same access denied message when he tried to start
the Diagnostic Policy Service. And, as I previously mentioned, when I
logged on locally (not on the domain) with a local administrator
logon, I was not able to start the service either.

What's the secret to administering services? My findings contradict
your statement "You'll need to be a local administrator to change
services on the local machine and a domain administrator to change
services on a domain workstation...".

Thank you,

Greg
Malke
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Re: Cannot start Diagnostic Policy Service
Posted: 02-20-2008, 04:10 PM
artzoop wrote:
> Hi, Malke,
>
> My domain administrator logged on to my laptop connected to the
> domain, and got the same access denied message when he tried to start
> the Diagnostic Policy Service. And, as I previously mentioned, when I
> logged on locally (not on the domain) with a local administrator
> logon, I was not able to start the service either.
>
> What's the secret to administering services? My findings contradict
> your statement "You'll need to be a local administrator to change
> services on the local machine and a domain administrator to change
> services on a domain workstation...".
I'm sorry but we've reached the end of how I can help you without seeing the
computer on either network. I currently don't have a server set up in my
lab and I'd rather be able to see what I'm doing. I would suggest that you
simply set up either the Alternate Configuration or use a Multi-Network
Manager instead of changing any Group Policies set by the domain.

I'm sorry that I was unable to help you.

Malke
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royoleary@shaw.ca
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Re: Cannot start Diagnostic Policy Service
Posted: 02-27-2008, 03:05 AM
On Feb 20, 9:10 am, Malke <ma...@invalid.invalid> wrote:
> artzoop wrote:
> > Hi, Malke,
>
> > My domain administrator logged on to my laptop connected to the
> > domain, and got the same access denied message when he tried to start
> > the Diagnostic Policy Service. And, as I previously mentioned, when I
> > logged on locally (not on the domain) with a local administrator
> > logon, I was not able to start the service either.
>
> > What's the secret to administering services? My findings contradict
> > your statement "You'll need to be a local administrator to change
> > services on the local machine and a domain administrator to change
> > services on a domain workstation...".
>
> I'm sorry but we've reached the end of how I can help you without seeing the
> computer on either network. I currently don't have a server set up in my
> lab and I'd rather be able to see what I'm doing. I would suggest that you
> simply set up either the Alternate Configuration or use a Multi-Network
> Manager instead of changing any Group Policies set by the domain.
>
> I'm sorry that I was unable to help you.
>
> Malke
> --
> MS-MVP
> Elephant Boy Computerswww.elephantboycomputers.com
> Don't Panic!
Hi Malke

I have a similar problem without the conflict of home/work. After
getting many blue screens on my Vista connected via linksys cable
modem along with two XPs I ran memory diagnosis and it registered a
hardware error. I pulled the memory out and reinserted and computer
seems to work fine except for one very important thing. Like artzoop
I can't get the windows Diagnostic Policy Service. to load and get
Error 5: Access is denied. I'm logged on as administrator. Without
access to the Policy list, which I can see but not change, I can't get
back to my network/internet. Vista won't find any connections and
won't let me access the Policy that will get me there. Perfect Catch
22. Any further ideas on this?

thanks!

Roy
 
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