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How to set special access configuration permissions for DCOM programs

In Category: Windows 2000

1. Open Distributed COM Configuration Properties.
2. Click the Default Security tab, under Default Configuration Permissions click Edit Default.
3. In Registry Key Permissions in Type of Access, click Special Access.
4. In the Special Access dialog box, click the type of control you want to assign to the selected user or group:

* To assign Full Control, click Full Control (All).
* To customize special access, click Other, and then click the types of access that you want to assign.
* To enable the user to read a value entry from the registry key, click Query Value.
* To enable the user to set value entries in the registry key, click Set Value.
* To enable the user to create subkeys on the registry key, click Create Subkey.
* To enable the user to identify the subkeys of the registry key, click Enumerate Subkeys.
* To enable the user to audit notification events from the key, click Notify.
* To enable the user to create a symbolic link in the key, click Create Link.
* To enable the user to delete the key, click Delete.
* To enable the user to gain access to the key for the purpose of writing a discretionary ACL to the key, click Write DAC.
* To enable the user to gain access to the key for the purpose of taking ownership of it, click Write Owner.

To enable the user to gain access to the security information on the key, click Read Control.

 
 

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