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November 16, 2008 8:22:20 AM

I am using Windows XP SP 2.

Every 20 minutes to a few hours i get this error\warning message....

Error: (login): 0x10e0 The operator or administrator has refused the request


What causes this message?

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November 17, 2008 6:49:06 PM

I posted an answer to this question on another forum already:
http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/192886-0x10e...


"I also received this error a couple of months ago and it completely baffled me.... I googled it and found nothing about it. I ended up ignoring the error messages cause I was really busy and had no time dive into them. I have a couple of registry cleaner's installed on my system and Every month or so I run them to keep my system in a normal state without having to format.
I ran two cleaners:
RegistrySmart - registrysmart.com
RegistryCleaner - pc-kitchen.com
One of them solved them because the error message stopped appearing.
Let me know how this solution works out for you and if you hear anything else about this error."
November 19, 2008 5:07:32 PM

Benjy - thanx for the advice.
I replied to your message on the other thread:
http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/192886-0x10e...

"Regarding the following message:

Error (login): 0x10e0 The operator or administrator has refused the request.


The pc-kitchen.com cleaner worked! Just so you know they tried to cross sale me lots of other stuff! You don't have to buy the other products for this particular error."
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December 5, 2008 12:27:30 PM



i had a registry problem too.
and the same error above post.
i tryed some registry soft fix but the only one that did the job is the one that "howyman" mentiond
you can find it :
http://ms-errors.com
hope you wont need that
December 10, 2008 11:35:32 AM

Same problem but i got lost in the answers. i tried regcure but it didn't work. i'm now waiting to see if they will really refund my money like they say.
so which software works- the pc-kitchen.com or the Ms-errors one?
I don't want to buy 2
December 19, 2008 9:21:16 AM

The Ms-error is the best.
January 3, 2009 8:45:21 PM

I'm not suer I can help but I had the problem with '... the operator or administrator has refused the request'. I have Uniblue Spyeraser installed and it flagged for the file 'C:\Windows\System32\rundll.exe'. It is not part of WindowsXP which I am running and it recommended that it be deleted. So I did and the problem went away. Hope this helped.
Anonymous
January 7, 2009 9:34:09 AM

rundll.exe was also the problem for me. Just went on windows task manager ended rundll.exe process (there were 2 running for some reason -ended both). Then ran windows search for rundll.exe and deleted it. No problems since.
January 27, 2009 2:56:30 PM

I had this error popping up after I installed VMWare Workstation to dual boot Windows 7.

Anyways, I went to Task Manager and found wuauclt1l.exe - I ended this process and went to windows\system32\wuauclt1l.exe and deleted it. It has not popped up again.
February 8, 2009 8:24:23 PM

I don't have this kind of process and i don't use VMWare Workstation i solved this error with ms-error that the hummer recommended.
Thanks
February 14, 2009 2:25:02 PM

misajay said:
I had this error popping up after I installed VMWare Workstation to dual boot Windows 7.

Anyways, I went to Task Manager and found wuauclt1l.exe - I ended this process and went to windows\system32\wuauclt1l.exe and deleted it. It has not popped up again.


Installed Vmware 6,5 on my Windows XP SP3 got this error pop up error 0x10e0. Try searchin the wuauclt1l.exe its not on my process so as in my system32 is there anyways to get rid of this pop up without ms error or other 3rd party softwres? tnx tnx
April 13, 2009 4:51:13 AM

Finally, i think i found the problem. I've benn working for 30 min and the message hasn't came back.
I used Malwarebytes' antimalware.

here are the log:

Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 1.36
Versión de la Base de Datos: 1971
Windows 6.0.6001 Service Pack 1

13/04/2009 12:00:18 a.m.
mbam-log-2009-04-13 (00-00-18).txt

Tipo de examen : Examen Completo (C:\|D:\|)
Objetos examinados: 527537
Tiempo transcurrido: 4 hour(s), 32 minute(s), 34 second(s)

Procesos en Memoria Infectados: 1
Módulos en Memoria Infectados: 0
Claves del Registro Infectadas: 0
Valores del Registro Infectados: 1
Elementos de Datos del Registro Infectados: 0
Carpetas Infectadas: 0
Ficheros Infectados: 1

Procesos en Memoria Infectados:
C:\Windows\System32\MuiUnattendl.exe (Trojan.Agent) -> Unloaded process successfully.

Módulos en Memoria Infectados:
(No se han detectado elementos maliciosos)

Claves del Registro Infectadas:
(No se han detectado elementos maliciosos)

Valores del Registro Infectados:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\muiunattendl.exe (Trojan.Agent) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully.

Elementos de Datos del Registro Infectados:
(No se han detectado elementos maliciosos)

Carpetas Infectadas:
(No se han detectado elementos maliciosos)

Ficheros Infectados:
C:\Windows\System32\MuiUnattendl.exe (Trojan.Agent) -> Quarantined and deleted successfully.



Good luck.... I'm pretty sure my laptop got infected with a copy of adobe flash cs4 downloaded by torrent.. Be careful



July 26, 2009 5:15:29 AM

I had the same problem, I would suggest going through the task manager and looking for processes that started the same day as the error message. Just right click each process and go down to "properties" and check the date/time.
August 3, 2009 4:06:31 PM

"Error: (login): 0x10e0 The operator or administrator has refused the request."
I got this error directly from a Sony Vegas Pro Keygen that had been hijacked with this thing. It could be the latest name of this trojan. (July 2009) Its called "dfrgfatl.exe" and resides in the system32 folder in the Windows directory. 160kB in size, and Symantec Endpoint hasn't even got it in their sites yet. I didn't see it as a process, but I disabled it's start up in the registry and all is well.
July 2009 malware
Anonymous
August 17, 2009 3:07:53 AM

Exactly right @subsonicwave.

Only my version was called powercfgl.exe.

IMPORTANT
It seems the hijacker is using -l.exe file names where - stands for an existing .exe in windows\system32.

November 15, 2009 3:34:18 PM

Hey,

I had this annoying problem as well...

I tried some of the suggested manual solutions on this thread and then I started getting a blue screen every time i tried to load the computer.

I formatted my computer and installed all of my software again only to find that the same message came back again!

I coughed up the 30$ and bought the ms-errors software, it solved my problem - the rest was a waste of time and made me grow white hairs!!!
November 16, 2009 9:40:02 AM

markmaltido said:
Hey,

I had this annoying problem as well...

I tried some of the suggested manual solutions on this thread and then I started getting a blue screen every time i tried to load the computer.

I formatted my computer and installed all of my software again only to find that the same message came back again!

I coughed up the 30$ and bought the ms-errors software, it solved my problem - the rest was a waste of time and made me grow white hairs!!!

You formatted Windows and got the same error?
And then you purchased a program to fix errors on a clean install of Windows?

That is WEIRD :D 

For anyone else wanting to fix this error ;)  Just download FREE Malwarebytes
Here it is: http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam-download.php
Update it
Run a quick scan in Normal Mode
And remove all found issues

Basically this is just Malware (in most cases) and running the normal scans will repair it
Plus use free programs like CCleaner to remove temp files and run a free registry scan and fix ALL for FREE


@markmaltido, I noticed you replied on >> other forums on the same day too, saying the same thing.
I honestly don't think you realize but everything (Windows software related) can be fixed for free

I wouldn't be buying that product, that would be crazy.
If you have the time to look me up, come to my forum (link not supplied) And I will happily delete your post within 1 minute of you posting it
Basically I don't like spam
Have a nice day :) 

OH, and for those that reply after me stating that "purchasing that program worked"!!!
All I can say is: You're wasting your money
Thank god we have free forums to help real users with their real faults
November 16, 2009 7:05:02 PM

Hey Kimsland,

First of all, what's your problem and what are you talking about? Some of the recommendations on other forums and on this one not only didn't solve my problem but caused my computer to crash...

I reinstalled all of my software from backup discs I made and I had the error appear again...

What's weird about that? - i must have reinstalled the software causing the error at some point...

Second of all Malware Bytes is probably the worst program I've ever tried.

Just read the review that this guy gave it way back in April...
http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/9241...

Malware Bytes can even cause a blue screen of death:
http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=173213
http://www.malwarebytes.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=...

No wonder it's free, who'd pay for a program that causes a blue screen of death.
I tried it and CCleaner and they both didn't solve my problem. The one that did was the ms-errors program I mentioned earlier.

Talking about spam the only spam going on is you trying to promote malwarebytes on every forum and every error possible regardless of it being able to help or not...
November 16, 2009 7:16:12 PM

lol :D 

Malwarebytes would have to be the best
Its mentioned on every single forum. By every single support person, in removing Malware
Even the biggest and most respected forums on the Net ;) 

Not only that but its >>> FREE
It certainly isn't Spam, and obviously you do not have enough enough knowledge to know that.

IF one of your installed programs then caused your issue, after a format
Then I would have stated to try again, but this time don't install your malware infested program until your had an updated Antivirus (I prefer free Avira ;) ) And possibly running a scan with Malwarebytes

lol Malwarebytes ...
Malwarebytes is 100% the best free Malware removal tool there is.

Hey I made a guide here (on one of the forums I supported at)
http://www.neowin.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=795114
It includes running Malwarebytes ;)  All for free
November 17, 2009 6:41:54 AM

Kimsland and Mark both of you are right.

Kimsland - MalwareBytes is an excellent program, it is great for removing malware 90% of the time.
Mark you are correct – it does have false positives that can cause errors on your computer.

Personally for me the MalwareBytes program did not fix the issue and neither did the demo version of the ms-errors program.
Only the full version of the ms-errors program that costs 30$ solved it.

Why are you guys making it so complicated, act like adults and stop spamming. Both of you!

November 17, 2009 8:56:34 AM

LOL :D  Again

Thankfully I have solved the issue for free
And if anyone scans with it, remove ALL found Malwares, as per all support guides on the Net

Geez you guys are persistant, I'm going to have to searh Google for other forums you have Spammed too, with "buying" your product.

And since I did report you and the Mods here don't seem to care (or something?) Then I may as well be a bit more forth comming

DON'T BUY MS-ERRORS, IT IS BEING SPAMMED ALL OVER THE NET BY THESE CHARACTERS

And the only ones replying, are these spammer characters themselves

I have solved all Windows issues on for thousands of users, all for FREE

Now can this topic be closed Mods? Or do we have to get another stupid comment back from these losers?

You can Ban me if you like, but at least keep my posts, so as others are aware when searching this issue.

IT CAN BE FIXED FOR FREE
November 17, 2009 9:09:23 AM

Thank-you Kimsland

I was able to fix my issue for FREE

Don't listen to these are losers, Kimsland was right, you don't need to pay for anything, and I didn't use that ms-errorfaults program either. Because I didn't even have to

:) 

One Happy User here :) 
November 17, 2009 9:16:55 AM

Just like HappyUser, I thank Kimsland for solving my problem :love: 

Yes your Guide helped me solve my issue 100%, and I didn't have to pay 1 cent for anything.

I agree with Kimsland and HappyUser, forget that spam product ms-fixes or whatever it is, YOU DON'T NEED TO BUY ANYTHING

:hello: 



November 18, 2009 4:09:34 PM

hey,
I have it too.
What should i do?
I tried ccleaner, s&d and the guide above its good and nice but didn't help me.
Any other ways?
Plz help me.
December 3, 2009 8:14:20 PM

use the ms-erros soft it will fix this error and some other .
it helpd me.
December 12, 2009 3:46:14 PM

howyman said:
I am using Windows XP SP 2.

Every 20 minutes to a few hours i get this error\warning message....

Error: (login): 0x10e0 The operator or administrator has refused the request


What causes this message?



Hi, first go to task manager and remove the process "chkntfsv.exe". You will notice that the window stops appearing (on my win 7 every 2 minitues). This is only a solution up to the the next start up of the computer.
To solve it permanently write on the search widow the name of the file "chkntfsv.exe", find it and deleted.

I came to this decision by checking what the file does. It appears that such a file does not exist and most probably it is a virus. A file with important functions exists but with a name "chkntfs.exe".

Best regards

IAEMK19J
December 12, 2009 3:50:47 PM

subsonicwaves said:
"Error: (login): 0x10e0 The operator or administrator has refused the request."
I got this error directly from a Sony Vegas Pro Keygen that had been hijacked with this thing. It could be the latest name of this trojan. (July 2009) Its called "dfrgfatl.exe" and resides in the system32 folder in the Windows directory. 160kB in size, and Symantec Endpoint hasn't even got it in their sites yet. I didn't see it as a process, but I disabled it's start up in the registry and all is well.
July 2009 malware






Hi, first go to task manager and remove the process "chkntfsv.exe". You will notice that the window stops appearing (on my win 7 every 2 minitues). This is only a solution up to the the next start up of the computer.
To solve it permanently write on the search widow the name of the file "chkntfsv.exe", find it and deleted.

I came to this decision by checking what the file does. It appears that such a file does not exist and most probably it is a virus. A file with important functions exists but with a name "chkntfs.exe".

Best regards

IAEMK19J
December 12, 2009 11:07:31 PM

I had this same error on my windows 7 after installing nero Reloaded.. I ran combofix in safe mode took care of that problem. Only thing is it's only for 32bit os not x64
January 2, 2010 7:35:36 AM

Hi,
I tried combofix and at the begining I tholught it realy works but few hour later the error appears again.
I tried some other free cleaning tools with no success,so I bought the Ms-errors I saw some posts in some other forums and it fixed this error immediately.
I didn't want to buy it, I don,t like spend money on this thing but it came to buy this soft or formating my pc and lose some data I have.
I glad I bought it. it helpd me with some other errors I had and my pc runs faster after the fixing.
April 17, 2010 9:55:19 AM

This is just Malware

Update your Antivirus and run a full scan (I use and recommend Free Avira Antivirus)

Then run a FREE Malwarebytes updated Quick scan.

Problem SOLVED :) 
!