Event 8390 - Not all privileges referenced are assigned to the caller

Problem

When launching EV Web Application from http://<evserver>/enterprisevault, the web browser returns the error The Enterprise Vault service is not available.

Error Message

Event ID: 8390
Task Category: Web Application (WP)
Description: The EnterpriseVault.DirectoryConnection object reported an error. Not all privileges referenced are assigned to the caller.
V-437-8390

Cause

If you encounter this message, it could be related to the following reasons.

  1. The Internet Guest Account either is or has been disabled on EV server.
  2. The Vault Service Account (VSA) does not have the proper Microsoft Windows Local Security Privileges configured on the EV server.
  3. The Debug programs or the Log on as a service privilege is not assigned to the VSA.

Solution

Solution 1:
Enable Internet Guest Account on Enterprise Vault server from Local Users and Group:
1.  Right click My Computer, select Computer Management.
2.  From Local Users and Groups, select Users.
3.  Open properties of IUSR_Machine_Name (Internet Guest Account), uncheck Account is disabled.
4.  Close Computer Management Console
5.  EV services will need to be restarted.
a.  This operation can be performed by restarting the EV Admin Service or by rebooting the EV server.
 
 
 
Solution 2:
Confirm the DCOM settings are properly configured for EV.
1.  Check that the EV Admin and Directory Services are running.
2.  Stop all EV Services, restart the IIS Admin Service and start all EV Services.
3.  Check DCOM running status and set the needed DCOM permissions:
a.  Log on to the EV Server as the Vault Service Account.
b.  Click Start | Run execute: dcomcnfg
c.  Click Component Services | Computers Confirm that DCOM is running
d.  Expand My Computer, expand DCOM Config
e.  Locate DirectoryService right click and open Properties.
f.   On the Security tab, click Edit on the section Launch and Activation Permissions select Customize
g.  Click over the Group Everyone andset all permissions as Allow and remove any permission as Deny.
h.  Add the AD User Account for the VSA and set all permissions as Allow.
i.   Click OK then Apply and OK.
j.   Close the Component Services MMC Console.
4.  Reset DCOM permissions:
a.  Open the VAC: Enterprise Vault and right click over Directory on ...  and select Properties.
b.  On the Service Account tab, delete and reenter the credential details of the VSA.
5.  EV services will need to be restarted.
a.  This operation can be performed by restarting the EV Admin Service or by rebooting the EV server.
 
 
 
Solution 3:
Check the Microsoft Windows Local Security Policy to determine if the Vault Service Account has the "Debug programs" privilege.
1.  Click Start | Programs | Administrative Tools | Local Security Policy to launch the Group Policy Editor application on the EV server.
2.  Navigate to Local Policies | User Rights Assignment.  Check the Debug programs privilege to determine if the VSA is listed in the Security Setting.
3.  After the Debug programs privilege has been restored to the VSA
4.  EV services will need to be restarted.
a.  This operation can be performed by restarting the EV Admin Service or by rebooting the EV server.

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