Cannot start credential manager service because of insufficient resources

Chandrashekar, Sandeep 1 Reputation point

i am having issues with user accounts and i see credential manager service stopped. when i try to start it, it says error 1450: insufficient resources exist. when i tun DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth, it says No component store corruption detected. The operation completed successfully. 234038-2022-08-23-17-44-57-window.jpg

I have played around with PoolUsageMaximum and PagedPoolSize vakues with no solutions. I see ‘LocalserviceNoNetworkFirewall’ consumes high memory 600 MB memory. any help is much appreciated. “Net start VaultSvc” to start the service failed as well.

Windows 10
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  1. Daisy Zhou 18,701 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hello ChandrashekarSandeep-8982,

    Thank you for posting in our Q&A forum.

    It may be that an application or service is taking up a lot of memory and causing the problem.

    Here is a similar thread with marked answer, we can refer to the link.

    Best Regards,
    Daisy Zhou


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  2. Limitless Technology 39,351 Reputation points


    This error may be related to the next issues:

    • The operating system is 32-Bit (Like Windows 7 32Bit) and there is an issue allocating memory if the RAM installed is more than 3GB. The recommendation is to perform an upgrade to Windows 10, as Windows 7 is a product out of support
    • Antivirus / Antimalware software is monitoring some unnecesary system paths which prevent memory allocation from pagepool. Please run a clean boot in order to discard or confirm:
    • Windows Firewall may be handling too much connections. For this please apply the next change in registry:
      Path: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\LanmanServer
    • Check the integrity of performance with MSDT. From a command line, go to the path C:\Windows\system32 and run:
      MSDT /id PerformanceDiagnostic
      MSDT /id MaintenanceDiagnostic
      *You will receive a pop-up with a wizard to follow instructions and complete each diagnostic.


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