group policy Secpol.msc Real TIme Priority RRS feed

  • Question

  • i allowed all users to do evryting in group policy

    WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Administrator; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Administratorer; Alle; ANONYM PÅLOGGING; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Brukere; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Brukere av eksternt skrivebord; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Brukere av Ytelseslogg; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Brukere av Ytelsesmåler; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\DCOM-brukere; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\DCOM-tilgang for sertifikattjenesten; Denne organisasjonens sertifikat; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\dsrfe; EIERRETTIGHETER; EKSTERN INTERAKTIV PÅLOGGING; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Gjest; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Gjester; Godkjente brukere; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Hendelseslogglesere; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\IIS_IUSRS; INTERAKTIV; ; KONSOLLPÅLOGGING; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Kryptografiske operatorer; LOKAL TJENESTE; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\MediaStreamingAdmin; NETTVERK; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Nettverkskonfigurasjonsoperatører; NETTVERKSTJENESTE; OPPRETTER EIER; OPPRETTER GRUPPE; OPPRINGING; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Privilegerte brukere; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\RA_AllowAddInAccess; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\RA_AllowComputerAccess; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\RA_AllowDashboardAccess; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\RA_AllowHomePageLinks; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\RA_AllowMediaAccess; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\RA_AllowNetworkAlertAccess; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\RA_AllowRemoteAccess; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\RA_AllowShareAccess; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Replikator; SATSVIS JOBB; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\SERVER$; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Sikkerhetskopioperatører; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Skriveroperatører; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\SQLServer2005MSFTEUser$SERVER$MICROSOFT##SSEE; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\SQLServer2005MSSQLUser$SERVER$MICROSOFT##SSEE; SYSTEM; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\TelnetClients; TERMINAL SERVER-BRUKER; TJENESTE; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\Windows Media Center; WIN-MC4BJDP8UTG\WSSUsers

    windows did deny to set real time priority. it stopped working after some reboots

     how do i repair this. or do i have to upgrade to standard edition buisniss enterprise server 2012 whatever

    Monday, September 3, 2012 2:24 PM


  • Using Windows Home Server as a desktop, as your posts suggest you're doing, is neither supported nor recommended. There are tools available on the desktop that can severely impact Windows Home Server core functionality, and there is no well-defined way to recover from some of those problems short of re-installing from scratch. If your use of secpol.msc or another tool has caused an issue, however, your best bet is to post a clear description of the issue, and what you did that caused it. 

    I'm not on the WHS team, I just post a lot. :)

    • Edited by Ken Warren Monday, September 3, 2012 9:39 PM
    • Marked as answer by Sean Zhu - Thursday, September 6, 2012 9:10 AM
    Monday, September 3, 2012 9:37 PM