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Dear All,

I am using mmc to control remote management all works fine, but i have problem with remote disk management

snap in it give me error no access rights Please provide me help.

thanks

regards

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It's probably a firewall exception issue.

Try this:

Method 1: Use the Netsh command-line tool

On the remote Windows XP SP2-based computer, run a netsh command to allow traffic through Windows Firewall on TCP port 445:

1. Click Start, click Run, type cmd in the Open box, and then click OK.

2. Type the following command, and then press ENTER:

netsh firewall set portopening tcp 445 smb enable

On message click Ok.

3. Close the command prompt.

Method 2: Use the Graphical User Interface

On the remote Windows XP SP2-based computer, modify Windows Firewall to allow incoming TCP traffic on port 445:

1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.

2. Click Security Center, and then click Windows Firewall.

3. Click the Exceptions tab, click to select the File and Printer Sharing check box, and then click Edit.

4. Click to select the TCP 445 check box, click Change scope, and then take one of the following actions:

* Click My network (subnet) only.

* Click Custom list, and then type the IP addresses that you want to manage this computer.

5. Click OK four times.

Hope this helps..

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It's probably a firewall exception issue.

Try this:

Method 1: Use the Netsh command-line tool

On the remote Windows XP SP2-based computer, run a netsh command to allow traffic through Windows Firewall on TCP port 445:

1. Click Start, click Run, type cmd in the Open box, and then click OK.

2. Type the following command, and then press ENTER:

netsh firewall set portopening tcp 445 smb enable

On message click Ok.

3. Close the command prompt.

Method 2: Use the Graphical User Interface

On the remote Windows XP SP2-based computer, modify Windows Firewall to allow incoming TCP traffic on port 445:

1. Click Start, and then click Control Panel.

2. Click Security Center, and then click Windows Firewall.

3. Click the Exceptions tab, click to select the File and Printer Sharing check box, and then click Edit.

4. Click to select the TCP 445 check box, click Change scope, and then take one of the following actions:

* Click My network (subnet) only.

* Click Custom list, and then type the IP addresses that you want to manage this computer.

5. Click OK four times.

Hope this helps..

Still getting error do not access right on local disk manager on computername

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Guest DennyMK

I recommend you "Team Viewer". The best program I know for remote assistance. It's free and passes by the firewall.

Just take a look: Team Viewer maybe it will help you for faster and better assistance. ;)

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Still getting error do not access right on local disk manager on computername

This behavior can also occur when the access in Distributed Component Object Model (COM) Configuration (Dcomcnfg) properties for the default authentication level is changed from Connect to Default.(Remote Computer).

To resolve this behavior, follow these steps:

On the toolbar, click Start, click Run, and then type:

dcomcnfg

On the Default Properties tab, change the Default Authentication Level to Connect.

Restart your computer.

If you have some Oracle installations on that PC let me know, if the above info won't help.

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This behavior can also occur when the access in Distributed Component Object Model (COM) Configuration (Dcomcnfg) properties for the default authentication level is changed from Connect to Default.(Remote Computer).

To resolve this behavior, follow these steps:

On the toolbar, click Start, click Run, and then type:

dcomcnfg

On the Default Properties tab, change the Default Authentication Level to Connect.

Restart your computer.

If you have some Oracle installations on that PC let me know, if the above info won't help.

I tried dcomcnfg but problem still their

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Try this:

Verify that the following conditions are true:

Your Firewall will allow the Dmremote.exe process.

TCP port 135 is open.

How you perform this verification process depends on your particular firewall. For example, to do this in Windows Firewall, follow these steps:

Click Start, click Run, type firewall.cpl, and then click OK.

Click the Exceptions tab.

Click Add Program, and then type C:\WINDOWS\system32\dmremote.exe.

Click OK.

Click Add Port.

In the Name box, type TCP port 135.

In the Port number box, type 135, click TCP, and then click OK two times.

Click Start, click Run, type dcomcnfg, and then click OK.

In the Component Services window, expand Component Services, and then click Computers.

Right-click My Computer, and then click Properties.

Click the COM Security tab.

In the Access Permissions area, click Edit Limits.

Click ANONYMOUS LOGON. In the bottom pane, click to select the Remote Access check box in the Allow column, and then click OK.

In the Launch and Activation Permissions area, click Edit Limits.

Click Everyone, and then in the Allow column, click to select the Remote Launch and Remote Activation check boxes.

Click OK two times, and then restart the computer.

I've tried this on Vista-->Windows 7 but it won't work. Maybe you'll have more luck with XP. If that doesn't help, I'll investigate more..

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Try this:

Verify that the following conditions are true:

Your Firewall will allow the Dmremote.exe process.

TCP port 135 is open.

How you perform this verification process depends on your particular firewall. For example, to do this in Windows Firewall, follow these steps:

Click Start, click Run, type firewall.cpl, and then click OK.

Click the Exceptions tab.

Click Add Program, and then type C:\WINDOWS\system32\dmremote.exe.

Click OK.

Click Add Port.

In the Name box, type TCP port 135.

In the Port number box, type 135, click TCP, and then click OK two times.

Click Start, click Run, type dcomcnfg, and then click OK.

In the Component Services window, expand Component Services, and then click Computers.

Right-click My Computer, and then click Properties.

Click the COM Security tab.

In the Access Permissions area, click Edit Limits.

Click ANONYMOUS LOGON. In the bottom pane, click to select the Remote Access check box in the Allow column, and then click OK.

In the Launch and Activation Permissions area, click Edit Limits.

Click Everyone, and then in the Allow column, click to select the Remote Launch and Remote Activation check boxes.

Click OK two times, and then restart the computer.

I've tried this on Vista-->Windows 7 but it won't work. Maybe you'll have more luck with XP. If that doesn't help, I'll investigate more..

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