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Lost Priviliges on DCOM

Posted on 2009-05-14
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I was editing a DCOM in Windows Server 2008 and I accidently deleted access for Domain Administrators. I can no longer access this DCOM to change permissions. I only deleted Domain Admins SYSTEM is still in their. Please help
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I was able to acomplish this by accessing the DCOM config in the registry. First I had to manually give Administrator privs. and then was able to delete the Access Control list entry.
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