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  • PCFresher.com Event ID 11 Event ID 11 appears on screen when Microsoft CTL (Certificate Trust List) Publisher certificate is expired which exists in CryptnetUrlCache folder. It could be due to malfunctioning device, an outdated device driver or any other termination issue. This article is comprehensive workaround to resolve Event ID 11. Follow these troubleshooting steps Troubleshooting Steps · Use Command Prompt to resolve CTL Issues · Set Permission on Temporary Directory · Delete the Content of Some Directories · Uninstall the Device that is Causing Error · Download Windows Updates · Repair Windows Registry Use Command Prompt to resolve CTL Issues Using command prompt to resolve expired certificates is shortest way to fix event ID 11. Follow the instructions given below to resolve CTL issues. 1. Open Start | Type “Command Prompt” in Search Box 2. Right-click on Command Prompt to Run as Administrator 3. In the Command Prompt type “certutil –urlcache * delete” without quotes 4. Press Enter | Repeat step 1 to 3 on all user accounts on your system Set Permissions on Temporary Directory Your system extracts the content in cabinet (.cab) file before updating root certificate list. You need to set correct permissions on temporary directory to avoid event ID 11. Below are instructions to check permissions on temporary directory. 1. GOTO Temporary Directory: %userprofile%AppDataLocalTemp 2. Right-click on Temp | Select Properties 3. Click on Security tab | Mark full control permissions
  • PCFresher.com Delete the Content of Some Directories Delete the content form following directories, enable showing hidden files before proceeding. Follow the steps given below. 1. Open My Computer | Select Tools | Click on Folder Options 2. Select View tab | Click on Show Hidden File, Folders and Drives | OK 3. Open Start | Type Run in search box 4. GOTO: “C:WindowsServiceProfilesLocalServiceAppDataLocalLowMicrosoftCryptnetUrlCacheCon tent” and remove all data 5. GOTO Back and open “CryptnetUrlCache” | Double-click on MetaData folder and remove all content 6. Repeat step 3 and GOTO: “C:WindowsServiceProfilesNetworkServiceAppDataLocalLowMicrosoftCryptnetUrlCache Content” and remove all data 7. Repeat Step 5 | Open MetaData and remove all content Uninstall the Device that is Causing Error Malfunctioning device connected to your system can cause Event ID 11. Uninstall the device to resolve the problem. Below is given method to uninstall device. 1. Open Start | Type “Device Manager” in Search Box 2. Right-click on Device Manager to run as administrator 3. Now right-click on device that is marked with yellow mark | Uninstall Download Windows Updates Downloading Windows Updates and patches for your version of Windows should fix event ID 11. Here are steps to download Windows updates. 1. Open Start | Select All Programs 2. Right-click on Windows Updates to run as administrator 3. Now download all updates and patches for installed version of Windows Repair Windows Registry Windows Registry is central database to store entries related to installed applications. It also stores configuration related to hardware attached to your machine. Outdated entries can result in event ID 11. Follow the instructions given below to repair Windows Registry. 1. Download and install some system utility software such as PCFresher 2. Click on Registry Repair from main interface | Scan your system for Registry Errors 3. Repair those errors