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Service - Connect to another computer

Posted on 2013-06-27
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Today in the morning , I would like manage services on remote machine.
on my pc  enter = run- services.msc and then Action - Connect to another computer.

It have a message reply = Unable to open service control manager database on remote machine

Error 5  : Access is denine

How to resolve this issue
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Question by:Thenkung
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by:Gajendra Rathod
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In domain environment:
Local machine user must have administrator permission on remote machine.


In non-domain environment:
User and password used in local machine and remote machine must be same.
User must have administrator rights.
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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Were you previously able to do this or is it a new problem?  Domain or Workgroup?
Both Operating Sysems are Windows 7?
Remote Registry service running on the target computer?
Here is how one user fixed it: http://arnoutboer.nl/weblog/?p=300
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by:Thenkung
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Thank you , I usually manage service of remote machine from active directory 2008R2.
After start remote registry on windows 7 . This issue resolve already.


But , another subject refferance this issue. How to prevent un - authorize access services via this technology

Thank you so much.
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by:Thenkung
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Thank you
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