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    Can anyone explain what this message means? My FR seems to have quite a few in the server logs for different work stations

    The machine wide limit settings do not grant Remote Launch permission for the COM Server application with CLSID
    {06B3C8F2-C7B2-4D57-A481-2A3687E29627}
    to the user CAMPION\RMLAPRUDGEE$ SID (S-1-5-21-48363335-2125728018-2666427484-6072). This security permission can be modified using the Component Services administrative tool.

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    it may not matter - it depends on what that GUID refers to (and normally googling can find commong DCOM object guids but that draws a blank so I'm not sure if it's important or not)

    if you run up dcomcnfg then you'll get a list of all the objects. Go to console root | component services | computers | my computer | DCOM Config and look at the list. Some have names; some have GUIDS (at the bottom). Can you find the GUID? If so, look at the properties. There should be a service name on it which might give a clue what it does. If you think that needs remote launch permission then you can give this on the security tab

    If you can't find the GUID there, then look in regedit - that might give you a name for this object; you can then go back to the DCOM Config, find that name and again check the properties.

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