Unable to Start Remote Registry on Local Computer and Error 1079

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I open my Services applet and go to my Remote Registry service I found this error.

Does my computer infected with a virus or some sort of Malware?

Could not start the Remote Registry service on Local Computer.

Error 1079: The account specified for this service is different from the account specified for other services running in the same process.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #86828

Unable to Start Remote Registry on Local Computer and Error 1079

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Hello John,

You did not encounter any such viruses if ever virus occur and that means you do not have Antivirus installed on your both PC. Then you need to install first scan if ever. But I do not think so.

Now what you have to do is go to the other PC you need to control remotely the registry. First Click "Start Button" Click Run or for shortcut key just press "Window R" on your keyboard.

Then this will popup, and type "services.msc" and Click "Ok".

Then Scroll down and look for "Remote Registry". Then Right Click on it.

  And select the "Properties" and now it looks like this.

          

Now notice Service status: Stopped and below buttons "Start" and others are grayed. Because on Startup type: notice is disabled now you need to drop down list button and select "Automatic".

And now buttons are not grayed then Click the button "Start" then click button "Apply" and OK.

Then there you go try it again. error no more.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #86827

Unable to Start Remote Registry on Local Computer and Error 1079

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To Fix the situation, attempt these steps:

  • Sort Services.msc in Start, Run dialog.
  • Place and two fold click the Remote Registry utility from the record.
  • Click the Log On tab.
  • In This record message confine, sort NT AUTHORITYLocalService.
  • Set both the Password fields spotless.
  • Click Apply, OK.

    (The aid now utilizes LocalService record, as opposed to LocalSystem record)

  • You could also follow these steps:

1. Restart Windows and set the Remote Registry aid to Automatic or Manual, and after that begin the aid.

2. You also could follow the steps below:  We should change the Values in the emulating area. {HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetserviceseventlog}.

3. Begin the program (Regedit.exe) and pilot to the above limb: Twofold-click ObjectName esteem and sets its information as NT AUTHORITYLocalService {for Windows Vista & Windows 7} Twofold-click ObjectName esteem and set the information as LocalSystem.

4. Make sure to restart Windows. Next is the Registry Fix process.

5. To mechanize the setting, download the given file: eventlog-svc-fix.zip and initiate the REG record which is pertinent to the OS system that you have.

The compressed document incorporates the REG alters for Windows XP or Windows 7/Vista. When the fix is done, make sure to restart Windows.

Answered By 0 points N/A #86829

Unable to Start Remote Registry on Local Computer and Error 1079

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What happens is when you want to open the remote registry services using the services applet you might receive the following error message.  

To overcome this problem try the following steps:

1. Type Services.msc in the Start menu Run box.

2. Check where it is located and then double click the remote registry services from the located list.

3. Now there select the Log on tab.

4. There appears a box , in This Account Text box type in, "NT AUTHORITY LOCAL SERVICES".

5. Leave two of the password fields blank.

6. Press , Apply OK.

7. The service now uses local SERVICE ACCOUNT rather than the local SYSTEM ACCOUNT.

8. Restart the Windows and set the Remote Registry services to AUTOMATIC or MANUAL and then start the service.

Hope this solution helps you to resolve your problem.

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Unable to Start Remote Registry on Local Computer and Error 1079

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Hello John 

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