Windows 10x64 Pro 1703 Creators version.
Does a single computer user of W10 (not connected to a public network or a private workgroup *with multiple PC's) really need Distributed Com and Component Services Administrative Tool along with its guardian, the Distributed Transaction Coordinator.
Setting up this 'system' for W10x64 is not easy for a first timer and it's easy to make a mistake which might negatively impact your existing O-System. (Create a Restore Point *first, and then on an "as needed basis" as you proceed.....!!)
If your actual problem is spending countless hours running down a fix for a W10 event error, for example 10016, is it really worth it?
I agree with those that take Windows 10 error event messages seriously... Simply dis-abling an event log is not a very elegant way of solving a problem...! It seems a better way might be to spend some time gaining a basic understanding of the sub-system a person is working in. Hence, my question regarding the Component Services and its overseer the Distributed Transaction Coordinator.
So my new question needs an informed answer; Do I really need Distributed Com and the Distributed Transaction Coordinator in W10x64 ???????