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We have a virtual server domain controller.  I believe we got some type a virus or malware that infected the server.  Malwarebytes identified the problem as affecting the following key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer\NoActiveDesktopChanges.  It deleted the malware.  However, it has effected the RPC service.  The RPC service is on.  Unfortunately, if you right click on the RPC service, everything is greyed out.  The service is started, but you can't stop, start or restart the service.  I went online and tried some of the fixes suggested with no avail.
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RPC service cannot be restarted or stopped within windows.... you will have to reboot to reset the service...
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I have rebb\ooted in both safe mode and normal mode several times
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apparently, that service is always greyed out when you try to stop \, start or restart it. So Apparently, there is no problem so I would like to retract my question
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That is correct, it is always grayed out due to the operation of RPC...  It is completely normal that it is grayed out...
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