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Службы с непонятными названиями

09.05.2017, 15:33

Не удаётся запустить службы криптографии и некоторые другие важные службы
Итак, расскажу всю историю по порядку. Где-то с полгода назад появилась проблема, что звук.

Остановка и запуск службы(сервиса) из другой службы или из приложения не используя консоль
Добрый день! Компилятор Embarcadero XE8 Скажите, как можно остановить и запустить некую.

Связь приложения и службы (передача сообщений службы в форму)
Здравствуйте, при написании службы столкнулся с такой проблемкой, служба получает некие данные, и.

Голубой экран с непонятными символами
При загрузке компьютера после экрана с бегунком Windows XP появляется следующее.

09.05.2017, 17:152

Решение

09.05.2017, 17:21 [ТС]309.05.2017, 17:51409.05.2017, 18:025

на машине с самой 10-й «создавать правила файрвола» для системных процессов — бесполезное занятие.
Можете разминки ради позапрещать всё что нашли, а потом глянуть на шлюзе соединения с этой машины.

Если для стационара с проводным соединением ещё есть варианты блокировки на шлюзе, то для ноутов и это не выход — винда присосётся к первой же открытой точке доступа и снова здрасти.

09.05.2017, 18:34 [ТС]6

Запрещал доступ для Центра обновления (wuasrv) — обновления не качались.

Добавлено через 1 минуту

Отрубить в диспетчере устройств wi-fi адаптер?

Добавлено через 2 минуты

21.12.2017, 09:00 [ТС]7

Имя_службы: CDPUserSvc_1aadf6b
Имя_службы: OneSyncSvc_1aadf6b
Имя_службы: PimIndexMaintenanceSvc_1aadf6b
Имя_службы: UnistoreSvc_1aadf6b
Имя_службы: UserDataSvc_1aadf6b
Имя_службы: WpnUserService_1aadf6b

Тут 2 странности:
1. Шестнадцатеричный суффикс вида _[0-9a-f]+ периодически меняется (но реже, чем каждая перезагрузка системы).
2. Все они имеют нормальные бессуффиксные аналоги:
CDPUserSvc, OneSyncSvc, PimIndexMaintenanceSvc, UnistoreSvc, UserDataSvc, WpnUserService

Такое появилось вроде с 1703 апдейтом и доставляет некоторые неудобства.
Вопрос: что это за службы с суффиксами; чем они отличаются от своих бессуффиксных аналогов; можно ли вернуть «как было» — настроить Windows так, чтобы она не создавала подобных служб?

21.12.2017, 11:428
Комментарий модератора
Была же у вас такая тема. Зачем вы вторую создали? Переношу в неё

К сожалению, по теме добавить ничего не могу

21.12.2017, 11:579

Вот что пишут на форуме майков: (если уже видели эту тему то извиняюсь за повтор инфы),

I changed the «Start» value data from «2» (Automatic) to «4» (Disabled). Restarted and now it is disabled.

The only thing is that the number at the end is now different (CDPUserSvc_35375), but at least it is disabled now.
Good information. Thanks.

If you stop the service before editing the Registry, you don’t actually have to restart the computer to realize the change. All you have to do it refresh the list of Services.

When you restart the computer, Windows changes the suffixes on all of the related services (svchost.exe -k UnistackSvcGroup). I have 7 different services that all have the same suffix. When I disabled the CDPUserSvc (and also the Contact Data service, because I don’t use Windows Contacts), the suffix on all 7 of them was _7e9782. After restarting, all 7 of them now have the suffix _40a6a.

CDPUserSvc_40a6a (CDPUserSvc_40a6a)
Contact Data_40a6a (PimIndexMaintenanceSvc_40a6a)
MessagingService_40a6a (MessagingService_40a6a)
Sync Host_40a6a (OneSyncSvc_40a6a)
User Data Access_40a6a (UserDataSvc_40a6a)
User Data Storage_40a6a (UnistoreSvc_40a6a)
Windows Push Notifications User Service_40a6a (WpnUserService_40a6a)

I’m not sure what purpose the changing suffix serves, other than to prevent any apps from being able to programmatically modify the services — at least not easily anyway. But if that were the case, they would do that with all of Microsoft’s services. So far I have not seen any ill effects from disabling the first two in that list, but we’ll see if that continues.

User data access

Question

Why does everyone who has Windows 10 have this error?

If anyone has fix for this (Including Microsoft) it would remove this thorn in my backside.

Thank you, RichM

Answers

I think you have an upgrade or not ?, clean install ?
I have understood that there are several error messages that appear from time to time .
Lee this reply thread , and the solution is referred to a driver of one of the components of your PC .

Jesús Enrique Gonzales Azcarate [Colaborador de Comunidades Microsoft]

  • Marked as answer by Brandon Records Moderator Tuesday, October 13, 2015 2:38 PM

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I think you have an upgrade or not ?, clean install ?
I have understood that there are several error messages that appear from time to time .
Lee this reply thread , and the solution is referred to a driver of one of the components of your PC .

Jesús Enrique Gonzales Azcarate [Colaborador de Comunidades Microsoft]

  • Marked as answer by Brandon Records Moderator Tuesday, October 13, 2015 2:38 PM

This problem is due to incompatibility with some some device driver for the team. I suggest placing an clean install.
You can check the possible solutions : http://www.tenforums.com/general-discussion/11523-errors-persisting-windows-10-even-after-clean-install-help-needed.html

Jesús Enrique Gonzales Azcarate [Colaborador de Comunidades Microsoft]

We need more details about this error message and you might find them from event log.

Similar issue has been mentioned in other forum, it might be related to Sync Host_Session1 in services.msc.

Note: export HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetServicesOneSyncSvc from registry before you run “sc delete” command so you can restore them back if you need.

Please note: Since the website is not hosted by Microsoft, the link may change without notice. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this information.

Ways to share an Access desktop database

There are several ways that you can share an Access database depending on your needs and resource availability. In this article, we’ll take a look at the options available, the benefits of each option, and resources for more information.

In this article

An overview of ways to share Access data

Database applications change and grow over time. Many factors impact needs and performance including the number of concurrent users, the network environment, throughput, latency, the size of the database, peak usage times, and expected growth rates. In short, if your database solution is successful, it probably needs to evolve. Fortunately, Access has an evolutionary path, from simple to advanced, that you can take over time to effectively scale your solution. The following table summarizes Access scenarios and workloads to help you choose that path.

Share a single database

This is the simplest option and has the least requirements, but also provides the least functionality. In this method, the database file is stored on a shared network drive, and all users share the database file simultaneously. Some limitations include reliability and availability if there are multiple simultaneous users changing data since all database objects are shared. This technique can also reduce performance as all the database objects are sent across the network.

This option might work for you if only a few people are expected to use the database at the same time and users don’t need to customize the design of the database. But this method is less secure than other methods of sharing a database, because each user has a full copy of the database file, increasing the risk of unauthorized access.

To share a database by using a shared folder:

In a home or small business environment, share a folder with specific people. For more information, see File sharing over a network in Windows 10.

Make sure that Access is set to open in shared mode on all of the users’ computers. This is the default setting, but you should check to be sure — if a user opens the database in exclusive mode, it will interfere with data availability.

Start Access and under File, click Options.

In the Access Options box, click Client Settings.

In the Advanced section, under Default open mode, select Shared, click OK, and then exit Access.

Copy the database file to the shared folder. After you copy the file, make sure that the file attributes are set to allow read/write access to the database file. Users must have read/write access to use the database.

On each user’s computer, create a shortcut to the database file. For more information, see Create a desktop shortcut for an Office program or file.

Share a split database

This is a good choice if you do not have a SharePoint site or a database server. You can share a split database over a Local Area Network (LAN). When you split a database, you reorganize it into two files — a back-end database that contains the data tables, and a front-end database that contains all the other database objects such as queries, forms, and reports. Each user interacts with the data by using a local copy of the front-end database.

The benefits of splitting a database include the following:

Improved performance Only the data is shared across the network not the tables, queries, forms, reports, macros and modules.

Greater availability Database transactions such as record edits are completed more quickly.

Enhanced security Users access the back-end database through linked tables; it is less likely that intruders can obtain unauthorized access to the data via the front-end database.

Improved reliability If a user encounters a problem and the database closes unexpectedly, any database file corruption is usually limited to the copy of the front-end database that the user had open.

Flexible development environment Each user can independently develop queries, forms, reports, and other database objects without affecting other users. You can also develop and distribute a new version of the front-end database without disrupting access to the data that is stored in the back-end database.

Share data on a SharePoint site

There are several ways to share Access data on a SharePoint site:

Linking The linking process connects to data in another program, so that you can view and edit the latest data both in SharePoint and in Access without creating and maintaining a copy of the data in Access. If you don’t want to copy a SharePoint list into your Access database, but instead want to run queries and generate reports based on the contents of that list, you can link to the data.

Moving When you move data from Access to a SharePoint site, you create lists on the SharePoint site that remain linked to tables in your database. The Export Tables to SharePoint Wizard helps you to move the data from all your tables at the same time and to maintain their relationships.

Warning Although you can save an Access database file to OneDrive or a SharePoint document library, we recommend that you avoid opening an Access database from these locations. The file may be downloaded locally for editing and then uploaded again once you save your changes to SharePoint. If more than one person opens the Access database from SharePoint, multiple copies of the database may get created and some unexpected behaviors may occur. This recommendation applies to all types of Access files including a single database, a split database, and the .accdb, .accdc, .accde, and .accdr file formats. For more information on deploying Access, see Deploy an Access application.

Share data by using a database server

You can use Access with a database server product such as SQL Server to share your database. This method offers you many benefits, but does require additional software — a database server product.

This method is similar to splitting a database because the tables are stored on the network, and each user has a local copy of an Access database file that contains links to the tables, along with queries, forms, reports, and other database objects. Benefits of this sharing method depends on the database server software that you use, but generally include user accounts and selective access to data, excellent data availability, and good integrated data management tools. Moreover, most database server software works well with earlier versions of Access, so not all your users must use the same version. Only tables are shared. For more information, see Migrate an Access database to SQL Server, Import or link to data in an SQL Server database, and Link to or import data from an Azure SQL Server Database.

Benefits of sharing a database by using a database server

High performance and scalability In many situations, a database server offers better performance than an Access database file alone. Many database server products also provide support for very large, terabyte-sized databases, approximately 500 times the current limit for an Access database file (two gigabytes). Database server products generally work very efficiently by processing queries in parallel (using multiple native threads within a single process to handle user requests) and minimizing additional memory requirements when more users are added.

Increased availability Most database server products allow you to back up your database while it is in use. Consequently, you do not have to force users to exit the database to back up data. Moreover, database server products usually handle concurrent editing and record-locking very efficiently.

Improved security No database can be made completely secure. However, database server products offer robust security that will help protect your data from unauthorized use. Most database server products offer account-based security, allowing you to specify who can see which tables. Even in the event that the Access front-end is improperly obtained, unauthorized use of data is prevented by account-based security.

Automatic recoverability In case of system failure (such as an operating system crash or power outage), some database server products have automatic recovery mechanisms that recover a database to the last state of consistency in a matter of minutes, with no database administrator intervention.

Server-based processing Using Access in a client/server configuration helps reduce network traffic by processing database queries on the server before sending results to the client. Having the server do the processing is usually more efficient, especially when working with large data sets.

Azure SQL Server In addition to the benefits of SQL Server, offers dynamic scalability with no downtime, intelligent optimization, global scalability and availability, elimination of hardware costs, and reduced administration.

Data Access Permissions

Holistics Data Access Permissions system gives you simple and elegant data security at different levels. With extensive permissions and data access control capabilities, you can:

  • Control how and which groups get access to specific reports and data sources
  • Restricting the display data available to the different user groups

This lets you use the exact same data reports and dashboards for your various permission groups, keeping navigation through your various reports simple while improving data security for your organization.

What Should You Use This For?

Simplify and improve data security across your company, despite sharing the exact same Holistics dashboards and reports for your various teams and countries.

Our permissions system allows you to reduce duplication efforts of reports for security reasons, while still controlling access and permissions for users, such as by limiting country filter options that can be selected by country managers in different offices, or allowing sales departments to only view revenue data and not cost data on the same charts used by the finance department.

Gain unprecedented control over your SQL queries to restrict access, using Holistics’ custom permission syntax and security variables.

Customize your filter permissions and available options based on groups you set, using our custom security variables inside your SQL queries.

Set the actions that your users can perform on the Holistics platform, based on the three possible Holistics platform roles of Admin, Analyst and Business Users.

  • Admins can manage the settings for users, reports, dashboards, billing and more.
  • Analysts can create and edit reports and dashboards, but not manage users or connect new data sources.
  • Business Users are only able to view the reports and dashboards that are shared with them.

How It Works

Create groups to organize your data users: As the Holistics admin for your company, you can create groups for your company, based upon the access and restrictions you want to grant to the various groups.

Examples of groups can be by geographical teams (e.g. Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia) or departments (e.g. Sales, Product, Marketing, Management) and more. Set the groups that your various users should belong to. Users can belong to multiple groups.

Set permissions for your reports, dashboards and data sources: You can share reports, dashboards, folders, objects and data sources to specific users and groups. This will restrict their access and views when they attempt to examine these resources.

Gain enterprise grade data access security control capabilities: Holistics makes it easy for you to set up data security without the need to create and maintain different database user accounts on your backend infrastructure. Coupled with our custom permissions syntax for your SQL queries, you will have both flexibility and security for your data reporting needs ready at your company’s disposal! You can find more information on how our data access permissions system works here.

Get enterprise grade security features for your data, with Data Access Permissions now!

Sign up for a free trial to add enterprise grade data access permissions to your company’s data capabilities now! Our Data Access Permissions is another example of how the Holistics Data Platform enables your team to securely and easily work with data, for fast-growing tech-driven companies.

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