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The Security Center service has been stopped. It was prevented from running by a software group policy.
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From a newsgroup post: If the computer is member of a domain, the Security Center is disabled by default, and you will see this entry in the Application event log. For a domain computer, this is normal and by design, the Security Center is default turned off. There is a Group Policy setting available if you want to turn it on (domain wide or just for your computer using Start/Run -> gpedit.msc). Read the chapter about the Security Center in “06_CIF_Maintenance.DOC” for further information regarding this issue. You can find the document at the following link “Changes to Functionality in Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2”.
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