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Posted 4/9/2010 10:38:42 AM
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In the case we have at hand on object access failures, the Object Type is SERVICE OBJECT and the Object Name is WinHttpAutoProxySvc. Does this indicate, then, that there is a permissions access problem with the user account trying to access that service? I'm just trying to figure out what has to be changed where to resolve this. (This is the first time I've had the situation where the 560 event is logged consistently. In this case it comes in clusters of 4 events about every 50 minutes.)
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Posted 4/15/2010 8:26:01 AM
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I'm assuming it's a failed 560?  in that case yes, it is a permissions problem.  Look at the permissions being requested and by whom in the details of the event.  Services are objects in Windows with ACLs just like files, etc.
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