Error: MKernel no longer starts with realtime priority

FAQs – Software Error “MKernel no longer starts with realtime priority” Reason: The IT responsibles activated a PC group policy on domain PCs. This restricts the right to “Increase scheduling priority”.
 As a side effect, the priority for a process on domain PCs can maximally be set to “High”. Solution: The IT responsibles can configure […]

FAQs – Software

Error “MKernel no longer starts with realtime priority”

Reason:
The IT responsibles activated a PC group policy on domain PCs. This restricts the right to “Increase scheduling priority”.
 As a side effect, the priority for a process on domain PCs can maximally be set to “High”.

Solution:
The IT responsibles can configure a user group with the permission to start processes scheduled for “Realtime” priority.

All users who need this permission should then be assigned to this group.