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Windows 8 DLL File Information - aclui.dll

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General Information

File Description: Security Descriptor Editor  
File Version: 6.2.9200.16384 (win8_rtm.120725-1247)  
Company: Microsoft Corporation  
Product Name: Microsoftģ Windowsģ Operating System  
DLL popularity Very Low - 5 other DLL files in system32 directory are statically linked to this file.
File Size: 844 KB
Total Number of Exported Functions: 16
Total Number of Exported Functions With Names: 7
 

Section Headers

Name Virtual Address Raw Data Size % of File Characteristics Section Contains...
.text 0x00001000 331,264 Bytes 38.3% Read, Execute Code
.data 0x00052000 16,896 Bytes 2.0% Write, Read Initialized Data
.idata 0x00057000 8,704 Bytes 1.0% Read Initialized Data
.tls 0x0005a000 512 Bytes 0.1% Write, Read Initialized Data
.rsrc 0x0005b000 473,600 Bytes 54.8% Read Initialized Data
.reloc 0x000cf000 32,256 Bytes 3.7% Read, Discardable Initialized Data
 

Static Linking

aclui.dll is statically linked to the following files:

msvcrt.dll
ntdll.dll
KERNEL32.dll
USER32.dll
GDI32.dll
SHLWAPI.dll
ADVAPI32.dll
ole32.dll
OLEAUT32.dll
SHELL32.dll
NTDSAPI.dll
XmlLite.dll

This means that when aclui.dll is loaded, the above files are automatically loaded too. If one of these files is corrupted or missing, aclui.dll won't be loaded.

 

List of files that are statically linked to aclui.dll


appmgr.dll
AuditPolicyGPInterop.dll
CertEnrollUI.dll
certmgr.dll
FXSUTILITY.dll

This means that when one of the above files is loaded, aclui.dll will be loaded too. (The opposite of the previous 'Static Linking' section)

 

General Resources Information

Resource Type Number of Items Total Size % of File
Icons 7 397,300 Bytes 46.0%
Animated Icons 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Animated Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Bitmaps 11 15,612 Bytes 1.8%
AVI Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Dialog-Boxes 19 22,432 Bytes 2.6%
HTML Related Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Menus 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Strings 422 43,824 Bytes 5.1%
Type Libraries 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Manifest 1 689 Bytes 0.1%
All Others 5 56,235 Bytes 6.5%
Total 465 536,092 Bytes 62.0%
 

Icons in this file

There are 7 icons stored in this DLL file. You can view all these icons in the following small thumbnail:
 

Cursors in this file

No cursors found in this file

 

Dialog-boxes list (up to 200 dialogs)

In the following section, you can find the captions of dialog-boxes stored in this DLL. The list is currently limited to 200 dialogs.
ID Dialog Caption
103 Security
104 Permissions
105 Auditing
106 Object
107 Object
108 Owner
111 Effective Permissions
113 Dialog
126 Windows Security
127 Windows Security
128 Windows Security
129 Windows Security
130 Windows Security
131 Windows Security
132 Windows Security
133 Windows Security
134 Advanced Security Settings
135 Attribute-based Expression
136 Central Access Rule
 

String resources in this dll (up to 200 strings)

String ID String Text
1 Windows Security
2 Name
3 &View...
5 Not enough memory is available to complete the requested operation.
6 Unable to complete the requested operation.%n%n%1
9 Unable to display the user selection dialog.%n%n%1
10 Unable to lookup user names for display.
11 This will replace explicitly defined permissions on all descendants of this object with inheritable permissions from %1. Do you wish to continue?
12 %1 (%2)
13 %2 %1
14 \\%1\%2
15 Code: 0x%1!08x! %2
17 Unable to save permission changes on %2.%n%n%1
18 The permissions on %1 are incorrectly ordered, which may cause some entries to be ineffective.
19 You have denied the Everyone group access to %1. No one will be able to access %1 and only the owner will be able to change the permissions. Do you want to continue?
20 You can't remove %1 because this object is inheriting permissions from its parent. To remove %1, you must prevent this object from inheriting permissions. Turn off the option for inheriting permissions, and then try removing %1 again.
21 You do not have permission to view the current permission settings for %1, but you can make permission changes.
22 You do not have permission to view or edit this objectís permission settings. To take ownership of the object, which includes permission to view its properties, click Advanced.
23 You do not have permission to view or edit this objectís permission settings. To change auditing settings of the object, click Advanced.
24 You do not have permission to view or edit this objectís permission settings. To take ownership of the object, which includes permission to view its properties, or to change auditing settings, click Advanced.
25 You do not have permission to view or edit this objectís permission settings.
26 Unable to save auditing changes on %2.%n%n%1
27 The current Audit Policy for this computer does not have auditing turned on. If this computer gets audit policy from the domain, please ask a domain administrator to turn on auditing using Group Policy Editor. Otherwise, use the Local Computer Policy Editor to configure the audit policy locally on this computer.
28 You only have permission to view the current owner on %1.
29 Unable to set new owner on %2.%n%n%1
30 Unable to display current owner.
31 You are setting a deny permissions entry. Deny entries take precedence over allow entries. This means that if a user is a member of two groups, one that is allowed a permission and another that is denied the same permission, the user is denied that permission. Do you want to continue?
32 Permissions for %1
33 Advanced Security Settings for %1
34 Permission Entry for %1
35 Auditing Entry for %1
36 Properties
37 Type
38 Name
39 Permission
40 Apply To
41 Type
42 Name
43 Access
44 Apply To
45 To view details for a permission entry, select the entry and then click View.
46 To view details for an auditing entry, select the entry and then click View.
48 Allow
49 Deny
50 Audit
51 Alarm
52 Unknown
53 Special
54 Success
55 Fail
57 Read property
58 Write property
59 Read/write property
60 This object only
61 This object and child objects
62 Child objects only
63 Nothing
76 Special permissions
77 Special permissions can't be defined here. Use Advanced page to define special permissions.
78 You do not have permission to view the current permission settings for %1. It can not be determined if you have the permission to make changes. Permission changes will be allowed but it can not be guaranteed that the changes will successfully apply.
79 One or more of selected permissions are inherited from parent. Inherited permissions can't be deleted at this object. Do you want to delete other selected permissions.
80 Permissions
84 <a>Learn about access control and permissions</a>
85 &Permissions for %1
86 Inherited From
87 Parent Object
88 None
89 Windows can't calculate the effective permissions for %1.
90 Account Deleted(%1)
91 Account Unknown(%1)
92 Object Permissions are not available for this object type.
93 The change you just made resulted in an access control list that exceeds the maximum size. You must remove approximately %1 access control entries before the changes can be saved.
94 The access control list size exceeds the maximum size. You must remove approximately %1 access control entries before the changes can be saved or the advanced page can be opened.
95 The change you are about to make will result in %1 auditing entries being added to the access control list.
96 The change you are about to make will result in %1 permissions being added to the access control list.
97 Because these auditing entries propagate to child objects, making this change will require more storage and time to evaluate. The higher this container is in the directory hierarchy, the more significant the performance degradation.
98 Because these permissions propagate to child objects, making this change will require more storage and time to evaluate. The higher this container is in the directory hierarchy, the more significant the performance degradation.
99 Consider either replacing the above auditing entries with fewer, more inclusive auditing entries, not applying the auditing entries to child objects, or not proceeding with this change.
100 Consider either replacing the above permissions with fewer, more inclusive permissions, not applying the permissions to child objects, or not proceeding with this change.
101 Auditing
102 The change you are about to make will result in %1 permissions being added to the access control list.
103 The change you are about to make will result in %1 auditing entries being added to the access control list.
104 Consider either replacing these auditing entries with fewer, more inclusive auditing entries, not applying the auditing entries to child objects, or not proceeding with this change.
105 Consider either replacing these permissions with fewer, more inclusive permissions, not applying the permissions to child objects, or not proceeding with this change.
106 You are about to add a disabled object. If you want to add an enabled object, try selecting the object from another location.
108 Other users and groups (double-click to add)...
109 One or more of the auditing entries attached to %1 has an unrecognized type and can not be displayed.
111 Unable to set new owner on %1. You do not have the Restore privilege required to set this user/group as owner.
112 You have denied all users access to %1. No one will be able to access %1 and only the owner will be able to change the permissions. Do you want to continue?
113 If you have just taken ownership of this object, you will need to close and reopen this object's properties before you can view or change permissions.
115 No groups or users have permission to access this object. However, the owner of this object can assign permissions.
116 No permissions have been assigned for this object. Warning: this is a potential security risk because anyone who can access this object can take ownership of it. The objectís owner should assign permissions as soon as possible.
117 One or more of the permission entries attached to %1 has an unrecognized type and can not be displayed.
119 To display the requested security information on this page, the software developer needs to fix the following problem: ISecurityInformation3 interface is not implemented.
120 You must have Read permissions to view the properties of this object. Click Continue to attempt the operation with administrative permissions.
121 &Continue
122 You do not have permission to view this objectís security properties, even as an administrative user. To try taking ownership of the object, which includes permission to view its properties, click Advanced.
123 You must be an administrator or have been given the appropriate privileges to view the auditing properties of this object. Do you want to continue?
124 To display the requested security information on this page, the software developer needs to fix the following problem: Invalid combination of display options.
125 You do not have permission to view this objectís security properties, even as an administrative user. To try taking ownership of the object, which includes permission to view its properties, click Change above.
126 To display the requested security information on this page, the software developer needs to fix the following problem: Full object name is empty.
127 You do not have privileges to view this objectís auditing properties, even as an administrative user. To try taking ownership of the object, which includes permission to view its properties, click Change above.
128 You do not have permission to view this objectís owner, even as an administrative user.
129 Can't open access control editor. %1
130 You do not have permission to view or edit this objectís permission settings. To try again using a different administrator account, close this dialog box and log on using the other account. To try changing or viewing this object's auditing settings, click Advanced.
131 You do not have permission to view this objectís security properties. To view its security properties, you can try taking ownership of the object. As the owner, you can also control who gets permissions on the object. Please note that once you take ownership, the previous owner might not have access to the object. Try taking ownership of the object, select an account from the list, and then click OK.
132 To view details of a permission entry, double-click the entry. To modify permissions, click Change Permissions.
133 Central Policy
134 Share
135 Block Inheritance
136 What would you like to do with the current inherited permissions?
137 You are about to block inheritance to this object, which means that permissions inherited from a parent object will no longer be applied to this object.
138 Convert inherited permissions into explicit permissions on this object.
139 Remove all inherited permissions from this object.
141 You are about to block inheritance to this object, which means that inheritable auditing entries will no longer propagate to this object.
142 Convert and add inherited auditing entries as explicit auditing entries on this object.
143 Remove all inherited auditing entries from this object.
145 No Central Access Policy
146 Object permissions
147 Effective Access
148 Save Changes
149 Would you like to save your changes?
150 The action you selected requires administrative permissions. Save your changes before proceeding, otherwise your changes will be discarded.
151 Save changes
152 Discard changes
153 You do not have permission to view or edit this objectís audit settings.
154 What would you like to do with the current inherited auditing entries?
155 %1 (inherited)
156 Applies to:
157 Permission entries:
158 All objects
159 You must have Read permissions to view the properties of this object. Click Advanced to continue.
160 The requested security information is either unavailable or canít be displayed.
161 To change the Central Access Policy applicable to the object, which may include permission to view its properties, go to the Central Policy tab.
162 Retrieving share security information...
1000 Integrity level:
1001 Name:
1003 Security settings
1005 Cancel
1006 &Apply
1007 Owner:
1008 Select a principal
1009 Replace owner on subcontainers and objects
1010 Network location for this share:
1012 Permission entries:
1013 Type
1014 Principal
1015 Access
1016 Inherited from
1017 Applies to
1018 Change permissions
1019 A&dd
1020 &Remove
1021 &Edit
1022 &View
1023 Re&store defaults
1027 Toggle Expando
1028 Show or hide Central Access Rule information
1029 Co&ntinue
1033 Principal:
1034 Principal
1035 Type:
1036 Applies to:
1037 Show basic permissions
1038 Show advanced permissions
1039 Permissions:
1040 Clear all
1041 Properties:
1042 Only apply &these permissions to objects and/or containers within this container
1044 A&dd a condition
1045 Remove
1046 &Group
1047 &Ungroup
1049 Attribute Type
1050 Attribute Name
1051 Operator
1052 Attribute Value
1053 Effective Access allows you to view the effective permissions for a user, group, or device account. If the account is a member of a domain, you can also evaluate the impact of additions to the security token for the account.
1054 User/ Group:
1055 Select a &user
1056 &Include a user claim
1057 Device:
1058 Se&lect a device
1059 Include a device clai&m
1060 Permission
1061 Effective access
1062 Access limited by
1063 Remove
1064 Condition:
1065 The following Central Access Rules apply:
1067 Include a user claim
1069 Include a device claim
1070 Permission
1071 Effective access
1072 Access limited by
1073 Auditing entries:
1075 Change Principal
1077 Select a user
1078 Select a device
1079 For additional information, double-click a permission entry. To modify a permission entry, select the entry and click Edit (if available).
 

COM Classes/Interfaces

There is no type library in this file with COM classes/interfaces information

 

Exported Functions List

The following functions are exported by this dll:
CreateSecurityPage EditResourceCondition EditSecurity
EditSecurityAdvanced GetLocalizedStringForCondition GetTlsIndexForClaimDictionary
IID_ISecurityInformation

 

Imported Functions List

The following functions are imported by this dll: