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    The batch file will need to be run as Administrator to work, and you need to copy the proper CLSID & APPID into the 'set' lines before running it.

    Once executed, it will swap the permissions on the appropriate keys, so that you (as an Admin) can edit the DCOM object, and add the proper permissions; once you are done editing, you simply hit enter, and it will swap the permissions back (warning: the default swap-back permissions are for TrustedInstaller, modify as needed, this is why we had you check and record the permissions in the registry).

    So, once you've executed the script (and the permissions have been swapped so that you, as Admin, can edit DCOM objects), open Component Services. Component Services -> Computers -> My Computer -> DCOM Config. Then select the DCOM object you want to edit (if you know its name, great, if not, you can go one by one looking at the Application ID under Properties (right-click); this is also useful when you have two objects of the same name, like RuntimeBroker, and don't know which one to edit -> just check the Application ID (APPID) for a match.

    In any event, having found the DCOM object you want to modify, right-clicking on it to get to Properties, then selecting the Security tab is the next step. Find the right permissions you want to edit, like Launch & Activation Permissions, select Customize (if it hasn't been selected already), then select Edit. Then add the accounts you want to add, with the appropriate permissions.

    Some minor important information: you need to re-open Component Services everytime you run the script, as it appears not to reflect live permissions (but only permissions at the time of launch).

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array lightknightrr PC Specs
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    And yes, I am around if you have questions, or run into errors.

    The only problem I am having lately with it (simply haven't the time, too much stress) is getting the named user account to be granted the right permissions; I mean, I have seemingly granted the right permissions to myself (lightknightrr), but it still complains that my account lacks these permissions.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array lightknightrr PC Specs
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    Fark, almost forgot an important piece.


    You will need SetACL: https://helgeklein.com/setacl/

    Just unzip it, and copy it (the appropriate version, x86 or x64) into your /Windows/System32 directory.

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    Thanks for the info. Although it definitely seems like a very long winded way of doing it. What are the benefits of your method vs my (admittedly rather basic) powershell commands? I will have an experiment on a virtual machine sometime, as I don't fancy breaking my current version of windows by screwing something up.

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