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  • Question

  • Hello everyone,

    Im trying to change Handless per host WMI class setting. Then press Object i got error  0x80041003 Acess denied.

    I have full administrator local rights on the server.

    Also i have permisions on wmi components.

    Also i have full rights on

    wmimgmt.msc  root catalog.

    Anyone had this issue?

    Thursday, November 10, 2016 3:24 PM

Answers

  • Hi,

    Error Possible Issues Solution

    0x80041003–WBEM_E_ACCESS_DENIED

    Access denied by a provider

    The user does not have permission to perform the operation in WMI. This could happen when you query certain         classes as a low-rights user, but most often happens when you attempt to invoke methods or change WMI         instances as a low rights user. The namespace you are connecting to is encrypted, and the user is attempting         to connect with an unencrypted connection

    Give the user access with the WMI Control (make sure they have Remote_Access set to true) Connect using a         client that supports encryption.

    You could follow these steps:

    Step 1. DCOM permission

        • Open Dcomcnfg
        • Expand Component Service -> Computers -> My computer
        • Go to the properties of My Computer
        • Select the COM Security Tab
        • Click on "Edit Limits" under Access Permissions, and ensure "Everyone" user group has "Local Access" and "Remote Access" permission.
        • Click on the "Edit Limit" for the launch and activation permissions, and ensure "Everyone" user group has "Local Activation" and "Local Launch" permission.
        • Highlight "DCOM Config" node, and right click "Windows Management and Instruments", and click Properties.
        • <Please add the steps to check Launch and Activation Permissions, Access Permissions, Configuration Permissions based on the default of Windows Server 2008>

    Step 2. Permission for the user to the WMI namespace

    1. Open WMImgmt.msc
    2. Go to the Properties of WMI Control
    3. Go to the Security Tab
    4. Select "Root" and open "Security"
    5. Ensure "Authenticated Users" has "Execute Methods", "Provider Right" and "Enable Account" right; ensure Administrators has all permission.

    Step 3. Verify WMI Impersonation Rights

    1. Click Start, click Run, type gpedit.msc, and then click OK.
    2. Under Local Computer Policy, expand Computer Configuration, and then expand Windows Settings.
    3. Expand Security Settings, expand Local Policies, and then click User Rights Assignment.
    4. Verify that the SERVICE account is specifically granted Impersonate a client after authentication rights. 


    Best Regards,
    Cartman
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    • Marked as answer by TechSpark0 Friday, November 11, 2016 11:44 AM
    Friday, November 11, 2016 7:32 AM

All replies

  • Hi,

    Error Possible Issues Solution

    0x80041003–WBEM_E_ACCESS_DENIED

    Access denied by a provider

    The user does not have permission to perform the operation in WMI. This could happen when you query certain         classes as a low-rights user, but most often happens when you attempt to invoke methods or change WMI         instances as a low rights user. The namespace you are connecting to is encrypted, and the user is attempting         to connect with an unencrypted connection

    Give the user access with the WMI Control (make sure they have Remote_Access set to true) Connect using a         client that supports encryption.

    You could follow these steps:

    Step 1. DCOM permission

        • Open Dcomcnfg
        • Expand Component Service -> Computers -> My computer
        • Go to the properties of My Computer
        • Select the COM Security Tab
        • Click on "Edit Limits" under Access Permissions, and ensure "Everyone" user group has "Local Access" and "Remote Access" permission.
        • Click on the "Edit Limit" for the launch and activation permissions, and ensure "Everyone" user group has "Local Activation" and "Local Launch" permission.
        • Highlight "DCOM Config" node, and right click "Windows Management and Instruments", and click Properties.
        • <Please add the steps to check Launch and Activation Permissions, Access Permissions, Configuration Permissions based on the default of Windows Server 2008>

    Step 2. Permission for the user to the WMI namespace

    1. Open WMImgmt.msc
    2. Go to the Properties of WMI Control
    3. Go to the Security Tab
    4. Select "Root" and open "Security"
    5. Ensure "Authenticated Users" has "Execute Methods", "Provider Right" and "Enable Account" right; ensure Administrators has all permission.

    Step 3. Verify WMI Impersonation Rights

    1. Click Start, click Run, type gpedit.msc, and then click OK.
    2. Under Local Computer Policy, expand Computer Configuration, and then expand Windows Settings.
    3. Expand Security Settings, expand Local Policies, and then click User Rights Assignment.
    4. Verify that the SERVICE account is specifically granted Impersonate a client after authentication rights. 


    Best Regards,
    Cartman
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    • Marked as answer by TechSpark0 Friday, November 11, 2016 11:44 AM
    Friday, November 11, 2016 7:32 AM
  • Hi,

    Error Possible Issues Solution

    0x80041003–WBEM_E_ACCESS_DENIED

    Access denied by a provider

    The user does not have permission to perform the operation in WMI. This could happen when you query certain         classes as a low-rights user, but most often happens when you attempt to invoke methods or change WMI         instances as a low rights user. The namespace you are connecting to is encrypted, and the user is attempting         to connect with an unencrypted connection

    Give the user access with the WMI Control (make sure they have Remote_Access set to true) Connect using a         client that supports encryption.

    You could follow these steps:

    Step 1. DCOM permission

            • Open Dcomcnfg
            • Expand Component Service -> Computers -> My computer
            • Go to the properties of My Computer
            • Select the COM Security Tab
            • Click on "Edit Limits" under Access Permissions, and ensure "Everyone" user group has "Local Access" and "Remote Access" permission.
            • Click on the "Edit Limit" for the launch and activation permissions, and ensure "Everyone" user group has "Local Activation" and "Local Launch" permission.
            • Highlight "DCOM Config" node, and right click "Windows Management and Instruments", and click Properties.
            • <Please add the steps to check Launch and Activation Permissions, Access Permissions, Configuration Permissions based on the default of Windows Server 2008>

    Step 2. Permission for the user to the WMI namespace

    1. Open WMImgmt.msc
    2. Go to the Properties of WMI Control
    3. Go to the Security Tab
    4. Select "Root" and open "Security"
    5. Ensure "Authenticated Users" has "Execute Methods", "Provider Right" and "Enable Account" right; ensure Administrators has all permission.

    Step 3. Verify WMI Impersonation Rights

    1. Click Start, click Run, type gpedit.msc, and then click OK.
    2. Under Local Computer Policy, expand Computer Configuration, and then expand Windows Settings.
    3. Expand Security Settings, expand Local Policies, and then click User Rights Assignment.
    4. Verify that the SERVICE account is specifically granted Impersonate a client after authentication rights. 


    Best Regards,
    Cartman
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    Thank you, it was very helpfully, account was not configured on WMI impersonation rights.
    Friday, November 11, 2016 11:45 AM
  • Please run as admin . type wbemtest.exe and  run as admin.. this should be working . 


    Homer Sibayan

    Wednesday, November 20, 2019 6:24 AM
  • Can you please clarify the bullet point at the end of step 1?

    <Please add the steps to check Launch and Activation Permissions, Access Permissions, Configuration Permissions based on the default of Windows Server 2008>



    Tuesday, July 28, 2020 8:47 PM