From your post it appears that you are getting and error 1079. The issue may occur if the service is started by the Local System account instead of by the Local Service account (NT AUTHORITY\LocalService). The Local System account may have insufficient permissions to start the service.
Error 1079: The provider specified for this service refers to an account specified for various services running in an “incredibly identical” process (Figure 2 [English only]). 1: The fact log service is unavailable. Make sure the service is running 2: Windows was unable to start any of our Windows Event Log services on the local machine. Error 1079.
The detailed steps are actually listed below. 1: Step Press Windows + R to open the start window. Step 2: Type services.msc and just click OK to open App Services. Step 3: Locate the Diagnostic Policy Service and double-click it to open its properties. Step 4: Select “Automatic” or “Manual” from the “Startup Type” drop-down list.
Change the registry permissions for the Policy Diagnostic Service. 1. Press the Windows + R keys at the same time to open the command workspace. 2. Type regedit and press Enter. 3. Navigate to this button on the left: 4. Right-click the button and/or select “Settings” and/or “Permissions”. 5. Click Add, enter your name/username in the search field, and click OK.
Why do I get an error 1079 when I start a service?
Error 1079: The account specified for this service is usually different from the account specified for other services running in the remote process. The Local System benefit may not have sufficient privileges to run the service.
How to fix error 1079 in windows 8. 1?
Run the hardware troubleshooter:
How to fix error 1079 in Windows 10?
Error 1079: The account specified for this service takes a different approach than the account specified for alternate services running on the same summary.” Run dialog box. Then type “services.msc” next to the box and press Enter. Also click “OK” to open services.
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