Product name: Microsoft Windows Operatin System Product version: 6.1.7601.22099 File version: 6.1.7601.22099 Description: Local Security Authority Process Organisation:MicrosoftCorporation Copyright: MicrosoftCorporation. All rights reserved. File size: 31 kb Downloads: 19 633
This file is a part of Microsoft Windows Operatin System. Was developed by MicrosoftCorporation.
This is a system file, or, possibly, hidden. It is usually located in %System% folder and its size is 31 Kb.
File extension .dll is related to Dynamic System DLL Libraries. Files like lsass.exe are similar to the EXE file (executable). They allow you to run different programs on your system. For example, you are running Windows, and edit a document in Microsoft Word. File which is responsible for printing the text is not loaded until this is not necessary. After you select the "Print" function, Microsoft Word is called appropriate file and it will be written to RAM memory. If you want to print a document in another program, the same DLL file previously loaded into memory will be used.
What options do you have to get rid of "lsass.exe local security authority process" issue.
In the majority of cases, the solution of lsass.exe local security authority process issue is to correctly reinstall particular software that is using this file on your PC, to the Windows system folder, or to the game or application installation folder.
But in case you do not have the installation distributive of application or just do not know, what program is using this file – you should probably download this missing or damaged file and put it in the right folder.
The most common errors related to lsass.exe:
lsass.exe was not found
Can not register lsass.exe
lsass.exe Access Violation
lsass.exe file not found
Component failure lsass.exe
Can not find C: Windows System32 lsass.exe
Can not find C: Windows SysWOW64 lsass.exe
How to install the file
Manual installation of .DLL files directly to Windows is very simple
Copy file lsass.exe to C: Windows System32 folder. (32 bit)
Copy file lsass.exe to C: Windows SysWOW64 folder. (64 bit)