Re: help with SyGate needed
From: curious (heyimjustcurious_at_yahoo.com)
Date: 31 Jan 2004 20:48:09 -0800
"Jarmo P" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
> > My problem is to differentiate which ones are the one I need and which
> > ones are not. Here is application Lists:
> My XP computer recommendations:
> Go to SPF main window.
> Select View/Connection Details and look at the applications that are
> listening there.
> I have svchost.exe, ntoskrnl.exe, lsass.exe.
> You can disable server rights for all of them.
> If any others are showing try to disable them too and see if all works.
> msmsgs.exe is there after having checked email with OE. If not using
> Messenger, you can disable server rights for it too.
Used it only when I was doing group project last year. I should have
removed it. I did now.
> Then you have your own programs added. Better disable server rights from
> them afterwards too.
I disabled "Act as Server" to all applications but to some, I also set
> About svchost.exe.
> It needs the already told server access disabled. This though causes the
> automatic or manual update of the clock not working. You have to make an
> Advanced Rule....
> See this link to Sygate discussion forum: