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When you right-click My Computer, click Manage, and then attempt to start Disk Administrator, you may receive one of the following error messages:
Access to Disk Manager on computername is denied. You do not have access rights to the service.
Failed connection to the Logical Disk Management Service.
You do not have access rights to the service.
This behavior occurs when the access in Distributed Component Object Model (COM) Configuration (Dcomcnfg) properties for the default authentication level is changed from Connect to Default.
To resolve this behavior, follow these steps:
The preceding error message can also be generated if under the Default Security tab of Dcomcnfg, another owner is listed for Allow Access Permissions. This situation can occur with some installations of Oracle software.
To resolve this behavior, perform the following steps:
NOTE: Some Oracle software may change the owner of this key during the installation process.
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Article ID: 264910 - Last Review: February 28, 2007 - Revision: 3.5