Device Management Enrollment Service (DmEnrollmentSvc) Defaults in Windows 10

Performs Device Enrollment Activities for Device Management.

Default Settings

Startup type:Manual
Display name:Device Management Enrollment Service
Service name:DmEnrollmentSvc
Service type:own
Error control:normal
Object:LocalSystem
Path:%SystemRoot%\system32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs -p
File:%SystemRoot%\system32\Windows.Internal.Management.dll
Registry key:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\DmEnrollmentSvc
Privileges:
  • SeImpersonatePrivilege
  • SeTcbPrivilege
  • SeIncreaseQuotaPrivilege
  • SeAssignPrimaryTokenPrivilege
  • SeBackupPrivilege
  • SeRestorePrivilege
  • SeSystemEnvironmentPrivilege
  • SeTakeOwnershipPrivilege
  • SeSecurityPrivilege
  • SeShutdownPrivilege

Default Behavior

Device Management Enrollment Service is a Win32 service. In Windows 10 it is starting only if the user, an application or another service starts it. When the Device Management Enrollment Service is started, it is running as LocalSystem in its own process of svchost.exe. If Device Management Enrollment Service fails to start, the failure details are being recorded into Event Log. Then Windows 10 will start up and notify the user that the DmEnrollmentSvc service has failed to start due to the error.

Dependencies

Device Management Enrollment Service cannot be started under any conditions, if the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) service is disabled.

Restore Default Startup Configuration for Device Management Enrollment Service

Before you begin doing this, make sure that all the services on which Device Management Enrollment Service depends are configured by default and function properly. See the list of dependencies above.

1. Run the Command Prompt as an administrator.

2. Copy the command below, paste it into the command window and press ENTER:

sc config DmEnrollmentSvc start= demand

3. Close the command window and restart the computer.

The DmEnrollmentSvc service is using the Windows.Internal.Management.dll file that is located in the %WinDir%\system32 folder. If the file is changed, damaged or deleted, you can restore its original version from Windows 10 installation media.