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Dcom entry Hi: I have been having many problems on my laptop and when I view DCOM Config, see an item that refers to MSI Server. It is 000C101C-0000-0000-C000-000000000046 Could you please let me know what this refers to? Thanks

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  • thiaishere Mar 12, 2008

    Thanks John:

    I actually was just on this the registryfix site and looking at their program.

    The link for the velocityreviews.com did give me some insight into what this is as I do have .Net Framework on my computer. I will do a little more research to find out what the actual process refers to.

    Thanks for your assistance.

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Here try this link, I don't know if it will help or not. Worth a shot.

http://www.registryfix.com/?hop=account9

You want to download the one on the right side (registry fix?)
This one (below) is the link to that site. It may have some vital info or something that you need. I've never heard of such a thing before.

http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/t103476-access-denied-attempting-to-launch-a-dcom-server-the-server-is-000c101c00000000c000000000000046-the-user-is-aspnetservername-sids1521160698084860216235818016745311007.html

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