MSIInstaller Event ID 10005 Permissions Fix

In my experience working with MSIInstaller Event ID 10005 errors, fixing permissions has been a crucial step in resolving the issue.

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To fix MSIInstaller Event ID 10005 permissions issue, follow these steps:

First, check if the user has the necessary permissions to run the installation. Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Local Security Policy. Make sure the user is added to the “Act as part of the operating system” and “Replace a process level token” policies.

Next, check the Group Policy settings. Open the Group Policy Management Console, navigate to Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Local Policies > User Rights Assignment. Ensure that the user has the “Log on as a service” and “Adjust memory quotas for a process” privileges.

If the issue persists, try running the installation as an administrator. Right-click on the installation file and select “Run as administrator.”

After applying these fixes, restart the system and attempt the installation again.

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Access Resolution Tips

  • Check Permissions:
    • Confirm that the user account has the necessary permissions to access the MSIInstaller Event ID 10005 logs.
    • Ensure that the user account is a member of the Administrators group or has been granted specific permissions to view event logs.
  • Verify Group Policy Settings:
    • Check Group Policy settings to ensure that event log access is not restricted.
    • Verify that no Group Policy settings are preventing access to the MSIInstaller Event ID 10005 logs.
      Check Group Policy settings to ensure that event log access is not restricted.
Verify that no Group Policy settings are preventing access to the MSIInstaller Event ID 10005 logs.
  • Reset Event Log Permissions:
    • Open Event Viewer by pressing Win+R and typing eventvwr.msc.
    • Right-click on the desired event log, select Properties, go to the Security tab, and adjust permissions as needed.

Restarting Key Services

To fix the permissions issue causing MSIInstaller Event ID 10005 errors, restart key services on your Windows system. First, open the Control Panel and navigate to Administrative Tools. Locate the Services option and find the Windows Installer service. Right-click on it and select Properties. In the Properties window, go to the General tab and click on Stop to halt the service. Once stopped, click on Start to restart it.

Next, open the Command Prompt with administrative privileges. Type “net start MSIServer” and press Enter to start the Windows Installer service. This should resolve the permissions problem and prevent further Event ID 10005 errors from occurring.

Ensuring Correct Configuration

To ensure correct configuration for the MSIInstaller Event ID 10005 Permissions Fix, follow these steps:

1. Check the permissions on the affected files and folders. Make sure the necessary users or groups have the appropriate permissions to access and modify the files.

2. Verify the permissions in the Windows Registry. Ensure that the correct permissions are set in the registry for the affected keys related to the MSIInstaller.

3. Run the Windows Installer Service troubleshooter. Use the built-in troubleshooter to automatically detect and fix any issues with the Windows Installer Service.

4. Restart the Windows Installer Service. Sometimes simply restarting the service can resolve configuration issues related to the MSIInstaller Event ID 10005.

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