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Fix the warning of Event 1534 on Windows 10 build 1809

It is Windows 10 build 1809. In the Event Viewer, there are a lot of warning of event 1534.

The description of warning is either:

Profile notification of event Unload for component {B31118B2-1F49-48E5-B6F5-BC21CAEC56FB} failed, error code is See Tracelogging for error details.

or:

Profile notification of event Load for component {B31118B2-1F49-48E5-B6F5-BC21CAEC56FB} failed, error code is See Tracelogging for error details.

There is no fix on it. But a workaround to remove these annoying warning.

How to remove the warning of Event ID 1534?

1, Call the registry editor Regedit (with administrator privileges) and navigate to the following two registry entries.

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\
CurrentVersion\ProfileNotification

and

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\
Windows NT\CurrentVersion\ProfileNotification

2, Then select the key TDL, export it for backup, then delete it.

To delete it, you can apply the Full access to Administrtors.

If you received the error like me above, you can also use the way below.

The ownership of the key TDL may have to be changed to Andministrators.

After restarting the system, the warning message should no longer appear in the event logs.

 

Fix the Warning of Event 64, CertificateServicesClient-AutoEnrollment

My Windows 10 is 1809. Recently I saw the warning in the Event Viewer.

Event 64, CertificateServicesClient-AutoEnrollment

Certificate for local system with Thumbprint be f9 b4 cd 1xxxxxxxx f4 df 51 is about to expire or already expired.

I did the search and find the way to solve this problem.

Before to do the following, I would like to make an announcement. It is just a warning. It will not affect your Windows System.

Right Click Start > Run > type mmc > press ENTER
On the File Menu > Click Add/Remove Snap-in > Click Certificates > Click Add
Click Computer Account > click Next
Click Finish > Click OK
In the console tree, Expand Certificates > Personal > Certificates
You should see the XBL Client IPsec Issuing CA
Right Click on it > All tasks > Export
Follow the Export Wizard > Export it as a x509 (.cer) > Give it a name (example: xbl-client-ipsec.cer)
Right Click on it > Delete > Confirm Delete
Close the mmc > Say NO when asked if you want to save Console

Now, the certificate is removed. This warning should not appear in the Event Viewer.

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