DCOM Error in event logs

I have a server, and noticed that these errors are all over the place. I attached the error,

http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=10016&eventno=4718&source=DCOM&phase=1
http://www.microsoft.com/products/ee/transform.aspx?EvtSrc=DCOM&EvtCat=None&EvtID=10016&EvtTypeID=1&ProdName=Windows%20Operating%20System&ProdVer=6.1.7600

Both of those sites suggest I add the SID's Common name to the permissions of the CLSID, however when I try to navagate to the location, The CLSID doesn't exist under DCOM Config, nor does the Common Name. Any Ideas on how I can go about fixing this error? It doesn't seem to be hurting the functionality of the box, But I've always been for having clean logs. Makes finding actual problems easier to find.
Type :		Error
Date :		4/2/2010
Time :		8:52:35 AM
Event :		10016
Source :		DCOM
Category :	None
User :		NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE
Computer :	CDRSRV00
Description:
The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID 
{BA126AD1-2166-11D1-B1D0-00805FC1270E}
 to the user NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE SID (S-1-5-20).  This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.

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mnswhitAuthor Commented:
That second link seemed to be dead on for what I needed. Going to give it till monday, make sure I'm not still producing this error before I close out.
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Shreedhar EtteCommented:
I am able to open the second link. Below info extracted from there:

Type of event: Error
Source of event: DCOM
Event category: None
Event identification: 10016
Date: (Date)
Time: (Time)
User: NT authority network service
Computer: Server name
Description:The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID {BA126AD1-2166-11D1-B1D0-00805FC1270E} to the user NT AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE SID (S-1-5-20). This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.

Solution:This can be repaired with following steps:

In order to find out which COM application caused the error you must look in the Registry. In the above case this is the key:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{BA126AD1-2166-11D1-B1D0-00805FC1270E}

Here there is a value AppID - in this case it is {27AF75ED-20D9-11D1-B1CE-00805FC1270E}

Continuing the search in the Registry tree, you navigate to this key:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\AppID\{27AF75ED-20D9-11D1-B1CE-00805FC1270E}

There the name of the local service concerned is found. It is probably Netman.

Now in order to give this service the necessary rights again, you proceed as follows:

- Use the administration tool for component services: start/settings/control panel/administrative tools/component services
- Under component services, expand Computers, expand My Computer, expand DCOM configuration, right-click Netman and select properties.
- Select the security tab
- Now grant the necessary rights to the user specified in the error message (NT authority/NETWORK SERVICE) Perhaps just click “Use default” on all permissions listed here.
- Finished

Let me know if this works. I don't have a Windows 2003 setup, just Windows XP. So, the navigation might be slightly different in places. I think you'll get enough of an idea to navigate correctly. Good luck.

I hop this helps,
Shree
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mnswhitAuthor Commented:
The second link you posted was definately the fix I needed. Thank you
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