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If this service is stopped, SNMP-based programs on this computer will not receive SNMP trap messages. The documentation provided here and in the services applet is not complete. Use for group policy or IntelliMirror for corporate centralized management. Two ** (asterisks) indicates changes from Service Pack 1 to Service Pack 2. http://photoshoprockstars.com/windows-vista/windows-vista-64-bit-iso.html

Use mostly in corporate network. What Readers Like Cortana: The spy in Windows 10 Cortana, Windows 10’s built-in virtual assistant, is both really cool and really creepy. February 5, 2009 Blah Blah Black Sheep What I'd really like to do, is remove things like Movie Maker, Calendar, and all the other built-in apps that I don't want or Parental Controls Parental control features don’t work, which is okay if your children don’t use the computer, you have no children, or you don’t act like a child. http://www.optimizingpc.com/vista/optimizing_windows_services.html

Turn Off Unnecessary Windows Vista Services

February 12, 2008 John Geek, my "Windows Feature" list is empty (I waited 5 mins and nothing appeared). Disable if not connected to a LAN with multiple computers or if don't share files or printers through LAN. Use this configuration at your own risk. I had the same problem with Jake.

Desktop Window Manager Session Manager (dfsr.exe) - Automatic • Provides startup and maintenance services for the Desktop Window Manager, which is the windowing system that enables Windows Aero. The startup type Automatic (Delay Start) is a special startup type which makes sure the startup process of Windows is not delayed by loading these kind of services. And if this still can't help you, you might want to take some reading comprehension classes. Application Experience Vista If you're not using a dial-up or a VPN connection, then you can disable this service.

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