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Windows 7: Windows Services required to attend a webinar

14 Nov 2013   #11
harin35

Windows 7 Ultimate x 64
 
 

Thank you all for your honesty and the time you spent.

This discussion is amicably closed.


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14 Nov 2013   #12
whs
Microsoft MVP

Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8
 
 

Since you are mostly concerned about security, you might want to consider this completely different option for your work on the web.

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14 Nov 2013   #13
UsernameIssues

W7 Pro SP1 64bit
 
 

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....or work out these types of things using a Virtual Machine :-)
Good idea. But you still have to back that up too. That is easy though because you just have to copy the VM folder.
Each time that I close the VM, I have it revert to a known good snapshot.

The oldest snapshot is the OS install without any changes\patches.

One can load any of those snapshots and play from there :-)

The files for these snapshots record incremental changes - so they don't take up as much space.

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From the time that I start the VM to the time that I can type inside the VM is between 5 and 7 seconds - depending on how many other VMs that I have running at the time :-)

The snapshot with forensics in its name will be deleted once I'm thru playing in this confusing thread:
IE10 uses WebcacheV01.dat vs index.dat files. How to clear/delete?


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14 Nov 2013   #14
gregrocker

 

Someone may still come along who's knowlegeable about webinars. But I'd imagine that each uses different software.

I still don't see how you could go wrong setting the Services to defaults which I provided for you. No software is going to expect you to have other than the default settings without notification.

I recently had to install Java Runtime for the first time in years after having been warned that many programs need it. It was a single survey that notified me it needed to be installed to complete it. I installed it and then after the survey uninstalled it. You may want to do similar with your Service edits if you like them.
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