Event ID:- DCOM 10010 triggered on Windows 2003 X64 RRS feed

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  • Hi,

    Flurry of Event ID DCOM 10010 triggered on the Windows 2003 X64 bit servers.

    Wednesday, March 27, 2013 6:45 AM


  • FOR DCOM Event ID 10010


    • NTFS permissions have been locked down.
    • Dll's have become unregistered (check to see if they are corrupted).
    • The service failed to start or is at either starting/Stopping state (hung).
    • An application tries to restart the service repeatedly.
    • Bug in the 3rd party or custom application.
    • A dependent service starts before the service throwing the error.
    • Permission of application is set incorrectly.

    Description :- The server {639F725F-1B2D-4831-A9FD-874847682010} did not register with DCOM within the required timeout.

    We can find the assisted file directory from the below registry location.


    File extension end with “.EXE” files we need to go to that file location and reregister the affected file.

    Command:-  <filename> /regserver

    File extension end with “.DLL” files we can reregister with below command

    Command:- regsvr32 <filename>

    Please follow the above steps and monitor the server for some time. If we get new “AppGUID” please do the same steps and monitor.

    NOTE : The errors that are listed above are very generic errors and can come in a lot of situations. The purpose of this step is to eliminate one basic cause which we come across a lot of times. Doesn't fix the issue for us, then we need to look further.

    • Marked as answer by Joanstan Wednesday, March 27, 2013 6:47 AM
    Wednesday, March 27, 2013 6:46 AM