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Distributed Transaction Cordinator

By Eddie Arnold ·
I have a problem with the Distributed Transaction Cordinator service. The service will not let me make any changes to it in properties gives access denied error. It also does not have log on as local system. I was wondering if anyone new of a registry setting that could be modified to set the service back to its original state. It seems as though the system is controlling the service and is using up most of the system resources. This is a Windows 2000 Server. Please help I need to get this fixed asap.

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by ratherbfishing In reply to Distributed Transaction C ...

First of all, are you logged on the machine with Administrator rights?

Are you running SQL Server? Can you stop this service from the SQL Server Service Manager?

Do you actually need this service? Not all SQL Server istallations actaully needDTC, it is only used for distributing transactions across multiple servers. If you do not need it, turn it off.

I hope some of these questions points you in the right direction.

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by TechDictator In reply to Distributed Transaction C ...

Has your question been answered? If so could you please close it. Thank you.

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