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Made some changes to the Domain Controller Security policy settings to allow the SQL reporting server to work correctly.

I manually assigned the impersonate a client after authentication to the IWAM account, but inadvertantly assigned it also to the server administrator account.

This means that I now how VERY limited access to the server and cannot reverse these setting through the traditional admin tools.

I tried restoring a backup but it did not resolve the problem.

Can somebody advise how I can reset the security policies for the domain controller back to where i started ?

many thanks

nic
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Unfortunately, you now know that you shouldn't do that.  Next time, create a NEW GPO for any modifications, or at the very least do a full backup of policies before starting.

Since you cannot now reverse these you can't even restore from the backup, so you have to do a System State Restore.  Press F8 as the system boots and select that option.

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Thanks Jeff,

I managed to create another admin account, but things still see a bit mesed up as a few other problems have crept in.

For some reason the COM+ services are not starting up correctly.
Have tried renaming the clbcatq.dll file and removing COM3 entries from the registry nd then running the add/remove windows components to force it to install COM+ again but I receive an 0x80040206 error saing that the COM+ clasess could not be registered.
Any ideas.
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Any ideas?  Yeah... stop doing things like that!  Where did you get the idea to mess with the registry and remove COM3 entries???  Com+ Services is not an optional component and cannot be removed/reinstalled.

You now must reinstall your entire Operating System... sorry to say.

From now on, do not attempt to create your own remedies for these things.  ALWAYS follow knowledge base articles that are specific to your problem.

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