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Event ID: 34 Source: TermService

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{Access Denied} A process has requested access to an object, but has not been granted those access rights.
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This issue may occur if the Lotus Notes Single Logon service is installed and activated on the server. See ME317629 to solve this problem.

Some applications may modify the system environmental PATH statement. See the link to "Citrix Support Document ID: CTX719861" for details on this issue.
This can be caused if the Terminal Services service is configured to log on with an account other than the Local System account. See ME287654 for details.
Appearing on Metaframe 1.8 for NT Terminal Server the symptoms are that the users are prevented from logging on and the idle ports disappear. Check the environment path on the server to make sure that system root and system32 path statements appear at the start of the string and remove any UNC resolved path (%systemroot%) statements and replace with their definitive path M:\WTSRV;M:\WTSRV\SYSTEM32;[rest of path statement]

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