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Recommended Troubleshooting Service - Windows 10 Service

Enables automatic mitigation for known problems by applying recommended troubleshooting. If stopped, your device will not get recommended troubleshooting for problems on your device.

This service exists in Windows 10 only.

Startup Type

Windows 10 version Home Pro Education Enterprise
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Default Properties

Display name:Recommended Troubleshooting Service
Service name:TroubleshootingSvc
Type:share
Path:%WinDir%\system32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs -p
File:%WinDir%\system32\MitigationClient.dll
Error control:normal
Object:LocalSystem
Privileges:
  • SeImpersonatePrivilege
  • SeTcbPrivilege
  • SeCreateGlobalPrivilege
  • SeSystemEnvironmentPrivilege
  • SeShutdownPrivilege

Default Behavior

The Recommended Troubleshooting Service is running as LocalSystem in a shared process of svchost.exe. Other services might run in the same process. If Recommended Troubleshooting Service fails to start, the error is logged. Windows 10 startup proceeds, but a message box is displayed informing you that the TroubleshootingSvc service has failed to start.

Dependencies

Recommended Troubleshooting Service is unable to start, if the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) service is stopped or disabled.

Restore Default Startup Type for Recommended Troubleshooting Service

Automated Restore

1. Select your Windows 10 edition, and then click on the Download button below.

2. Save the RestoreRecommendedTroubleshootingServiceWindows10.bat file to any folder on your hard drive.

3. Right-click the downloaded batch file and select Run as administrator.

4. Restart the computer to save changes.

Note. Make sure that the MitigationClient.dll file exists in the %WinDir%\system32 folder. If this file is missing you can try to restore it from your Windows 10 installation media.