Access Control List (ACL) is a list of permissions which can be attached to a file system. An ACL specifies which users or system processes are granted access to objects and what operations are allowed on given object. In a typical ACL each entry specifies a subject and an operation. According to the list one can perform only those operations which are specified to the file.
Sometimes your ACLs can become corrupted for many reasons, and cause important services may fail to launch as well at startup. One particular service is the Windows Event Log is responsible for maintaining records of all activity on your PC in the event of an error.
Logs are accessible through the Event Viewer, which can be opened through the search dialog on your start menu. If we don’t have access to these logs, it may be difficult and more time consuming to correct problems with your PC.
Follow the steps to run this utility :
- Create a system restore point
- Download the Access Control List Repair Utility
- Double click on the ‘subinacl.msi’ file provided with the download
- Right click on the reset.cmd file and Run it as Administrator, this operation can take anywhere from several minutes to half an hour or more, depending on the speed of your system
- Run the enclosed command.cmd file as administrator
- Restart your computer
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