Steps to Fix Windows Runtime Error 70 Permission Denied

In your computer, there are many types of components that are responsible for the functioning of many processes or activities. You can use many applications or programs to complete various tasks. But sometimes it happens that using some components may lead you to a very critical error issue. Suppose, you are going to invoke the method of a Microsoft Transaction Server using the Visual Basic Application, you will get “Windows runtime error 70 permission denied”. The error is very critical and you should fix it very soon. Otherwise, you may face a severe data loss issue in your computer. You can fix the problem using manual or automatic methods. For automatic troubleshooting, you can use Advanced System Repair Tool in your computer.


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What are the symptoms –

There are many symptoms that you may see when you get the Windows runtime error 70 permission denied like automatic shutdown, severe data loss, unable to invoke the method of MTS using Visual Basic applications, slow performance of the computer, unable to install or uninstall any files or apps, system sticking, screen freezing, occurring of the blue screen of death error, opening of many applications or files without your permission, etc.

Causes of Windows runtime error 70 permission denied –

There are many reasons or causes responsible for the occurring of the error issue like incomplete installation of the Windows operating system, virus infections, Enable Authorization Checking option in the MTS is turned on, incorrect registry entries, misconfigured Windows system file, damaged device drivers, RAM problem, problem with the device drivers, etc.

How to fix Windows runtime error 70 permission denied –

You can fix Windows runtime error 70 by using the following manual procedure:

  1. First of all go to the properties
  2. Go to the security tab and deselect the Enable Authorization Checking
  3. This process will turn off the Enable Authorization Checking option.
  4. You can also assign the Windows NT user ID that is being used to launch the MTS object.
  5. You can also reinstall the entire Windows OS again in the computer.

By using the above manual method, you can fix the problem of the “Windows runtime error 70 permission denied” in your computer. But one thing you should also keep in your mind that the manual method requires a deep technical knowledge. So, you should go with Advanced System Repair tool in your computer to fix the issue automatically.


{Compatible with Windows 8, 7, XP, ME, Vista, 98, 2000 (32/64)
File Size: 4.9MB Download Time: <(dsl, 2sec, dialup 2min)>}

Advanced System Repair Tool is one of the best tools in the world that can be used to fix the Windows problems automatically. The tool is very much dynamic and compatible with Windows OS versions. It will also repair the registry files and remove the virus and other infections to optimize the computer performance.


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