An lsass.exe error is just one of the many executable files in a computer operating system caused by conflicting registry entries in the system. These error files are usually broken, fragmented, corrupted, invalid or even outdated. There are various ways to fix the problem from manually fixing the corrupted files to using registry cleaner programs, which would allow you to automatically detect and fix Windows Registry problems. System Restore is also one of the many solutions that can be undertaken upon the occurrence of an lsass.exe error
Lsass actually stands for Local Security Authentication Server and is actually responsible for keeping safe security policy enforcement within any operating system. The system would verify the user and its authenticity as the person who will be logging on to the server. It also covers password safety as well as provides access tokens and is also responsible for the Windows Security Logs.
A computer system that would constantly restart and prevents logging in onto the system is highly indicative of an lsass.exe error. In most cases, the computer would also be unusable as it would prevent access to its system.
To fix this problem, an anti-virus scan would need to be run to determine if the system is experiencing any infection. Also, an updated anti-virus program prevents the occurrence of lsass.exe errors. Registry cleaner programs are also helpful tools as system that has recently been infected by a virus would also have its Windows Registry affected. By running a registry cleaner, a scan would be run over your registry to identify any registry errors that could have resulted from the virus. In addition, it would also repair or delete any corrupted files it may have detected upon its scan. The registry cleaner would also allow you to save on time and energy as compared to having the registry fixed manually.