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    RPC Server is unavailable


    by gergerdotcom ·

    is RPC Server only a feature or one (1) of the function in Windows 2000, 2003 and 2008?

    likewise, how is RPC Server being manage … does it function to blocked IP(s) in doing some network activities by disabling network commands using in the command prompt?

    in my own experience, i try to issue(d) some “netsh” command in the command prompt but it shows result as ‘RPC Server is unavailable’.

    is RPC server 1-way of limiting or prohibiting client PC or remote user?

    by the way, my local PC has an OS of Windows XP.


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    • #2565923

      Local machine service

      by ic-it ·

      In reply to RPC Server is unavailable

      Go to Start – Click Run – type services.msc – scroll down to RPC and dbl-click – change Start to Automatic.

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        RPC server is unavailable

        by gergerdotcom ·

        In reply to Local machine service

        i followed the instruction u said but looks like the Startup Type is already set to Automatic.

        besides, the Path to Executable state “C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost -k rpcss” … what does it means?

        likewise, the Service Status shows Started. but i can’t click on the following option: “Start”, “Stop”, “Pause”, “Resume”. why is these so … is it being disable by the Administrator or the Server side or i can also enable it locally in my PC??

        hoping u can or any expert from here can also contribute.


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