• RedStripe

    Windows 8.1 has disabled lusrmgr.msc

  • http://www.kapilarya.com/ Kapil Arya

    ^^ No, I can access it on my Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit by running lusrmgr.msc command.

  • RedStripe

    Any ideas on why I can’t? Windows 8.1 64-bit.

  • RedStripe

    Here window:

  • RedStripe

    As ridiculous as it may seem, is it possible that this Version does not allow multiple accounts?

  • http://www.kapilarya.com/ Kapil Arya

    ^^ Most probably you’re using Windows 8.1 Home edition and lusrmgr.msc won’t work on it :(

  • RedStripe

    1) Does Home Edition not allow additional user accounts!?
    2) If additional accounts are allowed is there another option since lusrmgr.msc is not an option?

  • http://www.kapilarya.com/ Kapil Arya

    ^^ You can use Command Prompt in that case :)

  • http://www.austinprogressivecalendar.com/ Selwyn Polit

    I tried this fix but my other usernames never show up. I also tried enabling the guest account but no luck. I’m using Windows 8.1 Pro. I ran the following command:

    C:WINDOWSsystem32>secedit /configure /cfg %windir%infdefltbase.inf /db deflt
    base.sdb /verbose

    The task has completed. Warnings occurred for some attributes during this operat
    ion. It’s okay to ignore the warning.
    See log %windir%securitylogsscesrv.log for detail info.

    Windows never asked for a reboot and when I looked in the log for detailed info I got this. I removed the part that didn’t seem to have any errors. Any ideas? A quick search on google yielded nothing very interesting.

    —-Configure General Service Settings…
    Configure sysmonlog.
    Error 1060: The specified service does not exist as an installed service.
    Error opening sysmonlog.
    Configure SamSs.
    Configure ntmssvc.
    Error 1060: The specified service does not exist as an installed service.
    Error opening ntmssvc.
    Configure netddedsdm.
    Error 1060: The specified service does not exist as an installed service.
    Error opening netddedsdm.
    Configure netdde.
    Error 1060: The specified service does not exist as an installed service.
    Error opening netdde.
    Configure dmserver.
    Error 1060: The specified service does not exist as an installed service.
    Error opening dmserver.
    Configure clipsrv.
    Error 1060: The specified service does not exist as an installed service.
    Error opening clipsrv.
    Configure Browser.

  • http://www.kapilarya.com/ Kapil Arya

    ^^ Please run the SFC /SCANNOW command in the administrative Command Prompt to resolve the service related issues. Remove all the third party software, if installed on your system. Since you’re using Pro edition, I insist you to try second fix and then let us know if it worked for you :)

  • http://www.austinprogressivecalendar.com/ Selwyn Polit

    ok, will do. Thanks for your response. I did try the second fix and it didn’t fix the problem either. Not sure I can remove all software from my computer – that would be a bit of a challenge.

  • http://www.kapilarya.com/ Kapil Arya

    ^^ You have to remove only third-party software from unknown source, and check if the issue resolved. If you have any System Restore point created before you started facing the issue, restoring might be a great idea though!

  • http://www.austinprogressivecalendar.com/ Selwyn Polit

    I don’t believe I have any software from unknown sources. This is what resulted from sfc /scannow. Looking at the log file shows lots of interesting stuff – mostly bewildering though.

    C:Windowssecuritylogs>sfc /scannow

    Beginning system scan. This process will take some time.

    Beginning verification phase of system scan.
    Verification 100% complete.

    Windows Resource Protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some
    of them. Details are included in the CBS.Log windirLogsCBSCBS.log. For
    example C:WindowsLogsCBSCBS.log. Note that logging is currently not
    supported in offline servicing scenarios.

  • http://www.kapilarya.com/ Kapil Arya

    ^^ As expected, there are corrupted files on your system according to SFC. But SFC was unable to fix that, so open administrative Windows PowerShell (search it in Windows) and execute this command:

    Repair-WindowsImage -Online -RestoreHealth

  • http://www.thewindowsclub.com Anand Khanse

    You could try what Kapil says. You could also run the system file checker at boot-time and see if that helps. More on that here: http://www.thewindowsclub.com/how-to-run-system-file-checker-analyze-its-logs-in-windows-7-vista

  • http://www.austinprogressivecalendar.com/ Selwyn Polit

    Kapil, thanks for your great help here. How much damage do you think this repair-windowsimage will do to my system though? This is a production system that I need to use. Good thing my last complete backup is 4-6-14 so it won’t be too bad.

  • http://www.austinprogressivecalendar.com/ Selwyn Polit

    Thanks Anand, I tried the sfc /scanonce and Windows seemed to be confused by the command and simply offered me it’s help screen. Do you know if the powershell repair-windowsimage command (as suggested by Kapil) will have any substantial negative effect on my system? I looked it up and it is pretty vague as to what it will do.

  • http://www.austinprogressivecalendar.com/ Selwyn Polit

    repair-windowsimage doesn’t find any problems:

    PS C:WINDOWSsystem32> Repair-WindowsImage -Online -CheckHealth

    Path :
    Online : False
    Image Health State : Healthy
    Restart Needed : False

    Any other thoughts?

  • http://captaindbg.com Shyam Sasindran

    The powershell command should work. Repair-WindowsImage -Online -RestoreHealth option checks for component store corruption, records the corruption to the log file, and fixes the image corruption using Windows Update. Remember CheckSUR.log is not created using Inbox Corruption Repair, this logging has now been rolled into CBS.log. This will not work if WSUS is not enabled in your environment.

    Hope this helps!

  • http://www.thewindowsclub.com Anand Khanse

    Hi Selwyn,

    Glad this point came up and made me try /scanonce and /scanboot. It appears that it does not work in Windows 8. Maybe it was discontinued after Windows XP or later. I will update that post.

    You could open an elevated CMD and run Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth instead – or the suggestions made by my MVP colleagues Shyam and Kapil. This will check for component store corruption, records the corruption to C:WindowsLogsCBSCBS.log and fix the corruption using Windows Update. Its is safe! More on this here: http://www.thewindowsclub.com/component-store-corruption-repair-windows-image

  • http://www.austinprogressivecalendar.com/ Selwyn Polit

    Hi Anand,
    I tried the dism command and it didn’t find any problems. Any other suggestions?
    Selwyn

  • http://www.kapilarya.com/ Kapil Arya

    ^^ You can try Refresh, if still the problem persists, you can go for Reset. Please refer:

    http://www.thewindowsclub.com/windows-8-basic-refresh-complete-reset-features-explained

    Hope something helps :)

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