10-08-2021 06:55 AM
For some reason the Agent stopped working on the end user computer. when i checked the event log i came with an error for the id 10036 ( The server-side authentication level policy does not allow the user domain\user SID (X-X-X-XX-XXXXXXXXXX-XXXXXXXXXX-XXXXXXXXX-XXXXX) from address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx to activate DCOM server. Please raise the activation authentication level at least to RPC_C_AUTHN_LEVEL_PKT_INTEGRITY in client application ).
Can i know how to resolve this issue
10-21-2021 04:53 PM
@HutchisonPorts @PavanT @DarrinH @BPry
Managed to fix this issue with a workaround, by configuring the firewall to use WinRM-http over Kerberos. Reference links below:
10-09-2021 08:25 PM
A couple months back Microsoft pushed out an update that did some DCOM hardening that you are running into (KB5004442). I'm guessing you or your server team finally got around to patching your servers and enabled the registry key. My guess is that you are using an outdated version of PAN-OS or the User-ID agent, because I don't recall having to do anything about this particular patch and I can't find the advisory that was sent out about it.
10-10-2021 06:43 PM - edited 10-10-2021 06:45 PM
10-13-2021 07:57 AM - edited 10-13-2021 07:58 AM
We are experiencing the same problem. Just installed Microsoft Patch Tuesday updates on our Domain Controllers. Now getting the Windows Event ID 10036. "The server-side authentication level policy does not allow the user DOMAIN\userid SID () from address <> to activate DCOM server. Please raise the activation authentication level at least to RPC_C_AUTHN_LEVEL_PKT_INTEGRITY in client application." Anyone else out there getting these errors or have a solution? Our Paloalto PA-3050 is current on all updates, running version 9.1.11 of the software.
10-20-2021 10:30 PM
Yes, I have a client that has just patched their Windows 2016 servers and is now receiving the same error. Client is running PAN OS 9.1.11-h2 and User-ID agent 9.1.11-h2 on PA-3020 (latest available for this model device).
Tried the below Reg key to no avail:
And this to no avail:
Component services > computers > My computer > properties > set default properties > change default authentication level to 'packet integrity' rather than 'connect'
@BPry @nikoolayy1 Any ideas here?
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