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Windows 7: Account Operators, Domain Admins, Enterprise Admins

06 May 2010   #1

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Account Operators, Domain Admins, Enterprise Admins

For some reason in Windows 7, my BitDefender anti virus software shuts down periodically and I have to restart it by going to services.msc in the search prompt and force restart of the program. Today I clicked on properties and it displayed some actions I could take after the program shuts down and under the RECOVERY tabs, it says: First Failure Second Failure Subsequent Failures In all 3, I can click "restart services" However, when I click "apply" it tells me I can not do this and says "Acess is Denied" When I clicked on help, it told me I have to be logged in under Account Operators, Domain Admins or Enterprise Admins. Not only do I not know how to log in as this or do this, but it doesn't make sense why access is denied. Is there a way I can click "restart services" after First Failure and let it be applied? I called Bit Defender and they had me upload the software again, but I'm having the same problem. It doesn't happen on Windows Vista or XP. Thanks

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30 Oct 2010   #2

Windows 7 Professional

Did you find out the solution, i am actually facing the same issue.
One more thing that I did was to schedule a task upon the specific event, there is a specific event id for each time it fails. I created a BAT file to start the same upon its failure, hope that works.
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