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General Information

File Description: Windows Security Configuration Editor Client Engine  
File Version: 10.0.10130.0 (fbl_impressive.150522-2224)  
Company: Microsoft Corporation  
Product Name: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System  
DLL popularity Very Low - 1 other DLL files in system32 directory are statically linked to this file.
File Size: 222 KB
Total Number of Exported Functions: 72
Total Number of Exported Functions With Names: 72

Section Headers

Name Virtual Address Raw Data Size % of File Characteristics Section Contains...
.text 0x00001000 201,216 Bytes 88.3% Read, Execute Code
.data 0x00033000 3,072 Bytes 1.3% Write, Read Initialized Data
.idata 0x00035000 7,168 Bytes 3.1% Read Initialized Data
.didat 0x00037000 512 Bytes 0.2% Write, Read Initialized Data
.rsrc 0x00038000 1,536 Bytes 0.7% Read Initialized Data
.reloc 0x00039000 13,312 Bytes 5.8% Read, Discardable Initialized Data

Static Linking

scecli.dll is statically linked to the following files:


This means that when scecli.dll is loaded, the above files are automatically loaded too. If one of these files is corrupted or missing, scecli.dll won't be loaded.


List of files that are statically linked to scecli.dll


This means that when one of the above files is loaded, scecli.dll will be loaded too. (The opposite of the previous 'Static Linking' section)


General Resources Information

Resource Type Number of Items Total Size % of File
Icons 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Animated Icons 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Animated Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Bitmaps 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
AVI Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Dialog-Boxes 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
HTML Related Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Menus 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Strings 136 18,638 Bytes 8.2%
Type Libraries 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Manifest 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
All Others 3 7,544 Bytes 3.3%
Total 139 26,182 Bytes 11.5%

Icons in this file

No icons found in this file


Cursors in this file

No cursors found in this file


Dialog-boxes list (up to 1000 dialogs)

No dialog resources in this file.


String resources in this dll (up to 1000 strings)

String ID String Text
7361 Securing %s
7362 Creating %s
7501 Error %d to copy security configuration to the security templates directory and the repair directory.
7502 Error %d to snapshot system security to %s. See log file %s for detail info.
7503 Error %d to load DLL %s.
7504 Error %d to get procedure address of %s.
7505 Error 0x%x to get token user.
7506 GPO %s is not processed due to previous GPO error.
7507 Cannot access the template. Error code = %d. %s.
7508 No template is defined in GPO %s.
7509 Make a local copy of %s.
7510 Process GP template %s.
7511 0x%x : %s Advanced help for this problem is available on Query for "troubleshooting 1202 events".
7512 EFS policy defined : Length is %d.
7513 No EFS policy is defined at this level
7514 Error=%d to save EFS policy to a temp key.
7515 Existing EFS policy in LSA (Length=%d)
7516 Status=%d to set EFS policy (Length %d)
7517 EFS policy is not changed
7518 Cannot open LSA to set EFS policy. Error=%d
7519 Error %d to query merged EFS policy in this propagation.
7520 Error %d to get the DS root name.
7521 Error %d to open and bind to DS.
7522 Error %d to save policy change in the local GPO database.
7523 Error %d to send policy change notification to policy engine.
7524 Default Group Policy Object %s is successfully created.
7525 Error %d to copy the default template to %s.
7526 Error %d to create directory %s.
7527 Not enough memory to process this command.
7528 Error 0x%x to get file system path for default GPO.
7529 Error %d to get the role (DC, server, professional) of the machine.
7530 Error %d to open GPO %s.
7531 Error %d to read policies from GPO %s.
7532 Error %d to open database.
7533 Error %d to create arguments for second thread.
7534 Error %d to create a thread.
7535 Snapshot of system security policy and user rights are saved.
7536 Error %d to snapshot system security policy and user rights.
7537 Error %d to remove default settings with option %x.
7538 Out of box default security settings
7539 Default security settings updated for domain controllers
7540 Security Configuration Server (in services.exe) is not ready. This is probably in system reboot. Policy will be tried again in the next propagation.
7541 Process policy filter changes in the first reboot after setup
7542 LSA policy is changed in setup.
7543 SAM policy is changed in setup.
7544 Notify policy server.
7545 This is not the last GPO : domain policy is ignored on DC.
7546 This is not the last GPO.
7547 This is the last GPO : domain policy is ignored on DC.
7548 this is the last GPO.
7549 Policy propagation is invoked in winlogon blocking thread. Create another thread for slow task.
7550 Policy server is not ready, retry count #%d.
7551 Applying security policy
7552 Applying security policy to the system.
7553 0x%x : %s Advanced help for this problem is available on Query for "troubleshooting 1202 events". Error 0x534 occurs when a user account in one or more Group Policy objects (GPOs) could not be resolved to a SID. This error is possibly caused by a mistyped or deleted user account referenced in either the User Rights or Restricted Groups branch of a GPO. To resolve this event, contact an administrator in the domain to perform the following actions: 1. Identify accounts that could not be resolved to a SID: From the command prompt, type: FIND /I "Cannot find" %%SYSTEMROOT%%\Security\Logs\winlogon.log The string following "Cannot find" in the FIND output identifies the problem account names. Example: Cannot find JohnDough. In this case, the SID for username "JohnDough" could not be determined. This most likely occurs because the account was deleted, renamed, or is spelled differently (e.g. "JohnDoe"). 2. Use RSoP to identify the specific User Rights, Restricted Groups, and Source GPOs that contain the problem accounts: a. Start -> Run -> RSoP.msc b. Review the results for Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\User Rights Assignment and Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\Restricted Groups for any errors flagged with a red X. c. For any User Right or Restricted Group marked with a red X, the corresponding GPO that contains the problem policy setting is listed under the column entitled "Source GPO". Note the specific User Rights, Restricted Groups and containing Source GPOs that are generating errors. 3. Remove unresolved accounts from Group Policy a. Start -> Run -> MMC.EXE b. From the File menu select "Add/Remove Snap-in..." c. From the "Add/Remove Snap-in" dialog box select "Add..." d. In the "Add Standalone Snap-in" dialog box select "Group Policy" and click "Add" e. In the "Select Group Policy Object" dialog box click the "Browse" button. f. On the "Browse for a Group Policy Object" dialog box choose the "All" tab g. For each source GPO identified in step 2, correct the specific User Rights or Restricted Groups that were flagged with a red X in step 2. These User Rights or Restricted Groups can be corrected by removing or correcting any references to the problem accounts that were identified in step 1.
7554 Error code %d occurs when promoting system security. Please see detail in %windir%\security\logs\scedcpro.log.
7555 Error opening some security database(s) such as %s.
7556 0x%x : %s Advanced help for this problem is available on Query for "troubleshooting 1202 events". Error 0x5B4 is likely caused because applications change policy using down level APIs and the policy store is locked.
7581 Cannot add Authenticated User and Interactive to local Users group. User may add them manually.
7582 Error %d to reconfigure file security.
7583 Cannot add Interactive to local Power Users group. User may add it manually.
7584 Cannot delete GP cache.
7585 No privileges set before policy propagation. Okay to ignore.
7586 Error %d opening cached GPO %s
7588 Error in logging RSOP data. Error Code %d. Information %s.
7589 Cannot create GP cache.
7590 ----RSOP planning data logged successfully. Success Code %d.
7591 RSOP diagnosis information. Error Code %d - for instance %s.
7592 RSOP diagnosis information. 64-bit or 32-bit key. Error Code %d - %s.
7593 Emptying RSOP database. Error Code %d
7594 RSOP logging information. Error Code %d - %s.
7595 %s is a NTFS volume.
7596 Root drive %s is not a fixed volume. Root security is not changed.
7597 Error %d to query volume information for %s. Root security is not changed.
7598 Volume %s is not a NTFS volume. Root security is not changed.
7599 Error %d to convert security descriptor string %s. Root security is not changed.
7600 Invalid security information is defined in security descriptor string %s. Root security is not changed.
7601 Error %d to query security of %s.
7602 Security for %s is not changed because it is not the default set by Windows. The current security is %s.
7603 Volume %s has weak default security. Windows is strengthening the root security, starting at %s.
7604 Error %d to query DACL pointer from the new security descriptor. Root security is not changed.
7605 SetNamedSecurityInfo returns %d at %s for setting security on %s.
7606 Error %d to write root security descriptor string %s to %windir%\security emplates\setup security.inf.
7607 Error %d analyzing root security descriptor at %s.
7610 Error %d to send control flag %x over to server.
7611 Error %d impersonating client token during promotion.
7612 Error %d reverting to self during promotion.
7620 Error 0x%x to get token system.
7621 Error %d to complete the security backup to %s.
7622 Registry Values
7650 Security
7651 EFS recovery
8200 User Account Control: Behavior of the elevation prompt for administrators in Admin Approval Mode
8201 User Account Control: Behavior of the elevation prompt for standard users
8202 User Account Control: Detect application installations and prompt for elevation
8203 User Account Control: Run all administrators in Admin Approval Mode
8204 User Account Control: Virtualize file and registry write failures to per-user locations
8205 User Account Control: Only elevate executables that are signed and validated
8206 User Account Control: Switch to the secure desktop when prompting for elevation
8207 User Account Control: Admin Approval Mode for the Built-in Administrator account
8208 User Account Control: Only elevate UIAccess applications that are installed in secure locations
8225 User Account Control: Allow UIAccess applications to prompt for elevation without using the secure desktop
8251 Prompt for credentials on the secure desktop
8252 Prompt for consent on the secure desktop
8253 Elevate without prompting
8254 Automatically deny elevation requests
8255 Prompt for credentials
8256 Prompt for consent
8257 Prompt for consent for non-Windows binaries
17573 Users
17600 Error adding %s.
17601 Error adding MemberOf list to group %s.
17602 Error adding Members list to group %s.
17603 Error adding %s to %s.
17604 Error build object.
17605 Error building security descriptor for object %s.
17606 Cannot find data type for %s.
17607 Cannot find keyword %s.
17608 Cannot find section by ID %d.
17609 Error getting LDAP name of %s.
17610 Error creating %s.
17611 Error creating %s.
17612 Invalid template path %s.
17613 %s is not a valid privilege.
17614 More objects than allocated (%d).
17615 Keyword %s not expected in section %s.
17616 Object %s must have 3 fields each line.
17617 Error opening %s.
17618 Error opening section by ID %d.
17619 Error process object %s.
17620 Error querying info of %s.
17621 Error querying privilege assignment for user %s.
17622 Error querying value of %s.
17623 Registry value %s must have 2 fields each line.
17624 Error setting security on %s.
17625 Error writing info for %s.

COM Classes/Interfaces

There is no type library in this file with COM classes/interfaces information


Exported Functions List

The following functions are exported by this dll:
ConvertSecurityDescriptorToText DeltaNotify DllRegisterServer
DllUnregisterServer InitializeChangeNotify SceAddToNameList
SceAddToNameStatusList SceAddToObjectList SceAnalyzeSystem
SceAppendSecurityProfileInfo SceBrowseDatabaseTable SceCloseProfile
SceCommitTransaction SceCompareNameList SceCompareSecurityDescriptors
SceConfigureConvertedFileSecurity SceConfigureSystem SceCopyBaseProfile
SceCreateDirectory SceDcPromoCreateGPOsInSysvol SceDcPromoCreateGPOsInSysvolEx
SceDcPromoteSecurity SceDcPromoteSecurityEx SceEnforceSecurityPolicyPropagation
SceEnumerateServices SceFreeMemory SceFreeProfileMemory
SceGenerateGroupPolicy SceGenerateRollback SceGetAnalysisAreaSummary
SceGetAreas SceGetDatabaseSetting SceGetDbTime
SceGetObjectChildren SceGetObjectSecurity SceGetScpProfileDescription
SceGetSecurityProfileInfo SceGetServerProductType SceGetTimeStamp
SceIsSystemDatabase SceLookupPrivRightName SceNotifyPolicyDelta
SceOpenPolicy SceOpenProfile SceProcessSecurityPolicyGPO
SceProcessSecurityPolicyGPOEx SceRegisterRegValues SceRollbackTransaction
SceSetDatabaseSetting SceSetupBackupSecurity SceSetupConfigureServices
SceSetupGenerateTemplate SceSetupMoveSecurityFile SceSetupRootSecurity
SceSetupSystemByInfName SceSetupUnwindSecurityFile SceSetupUpdateSecurityFile
SceSetupUpdateSecurityKey SceSetupUpdateSecurityService SceStartTransaction
SceSvcConvertSDToText SceSvcConvertTextToSD SceSvcFree
SceSvcGetInformationTemplate SceSvcQueryInfo SceSvcSetInfo
SceSvcSetInformationTemplate SceSvcUpdateInfo SceSysPrep
SceUpdateObjectInfo SceUpdateSecurityProfile SceWriteSecurityProfileInfo


Imported Functions List

The following functions are imported by this dll: