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Windows 7: Strange msert behavior

03 Apr 2016   #1
yomama365

Windows 7 pro x64 (or win 10 pro)
 
 
Strange msert behavior

Ok so every now and then msert says it wants to send a file to Microsoft for analysis, the file is always something then generatedproxy cs. One of the suffixes was ACLM and cant remember the other but it was similar so it was ACLM_generatedproxy.cs or something like that. Any idea what it is.


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03 Apr 2016   #2
torchwood

W7 home premium 32bit/W7HP 64bit/w10 tp insider ring
 
 

Hi Yomama,
do you have a windows phone or use Azure(cloud), if you do then dont worry about it, its part of the sync.
You can stop MSE from sending files for anaylisis, from its GUI > settings.

Roy
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04 Apr 2016   #3
yomama365

Windows 7 pro x64 (or win 10 pro)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by torchwood View Post
Hi Yomama,
do you have a windows phone or use Azure(cloud), if you do then dont worry about it, its part of the sync.
You can stop MSE from sending files for anaylisis, from its GUI > settings.

Roy
May i ask what those are. I dont have them
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05 Apr 2016   #4
yomama365

Windows 7 pro x64 (or win 10 pro)
 
 

Pls i dont want anything to happen to my pc
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13 Apr 2016   #5
yomama365

Windows 7 pro x64 (or win 10 pro)
 
 

Its still happening
pls
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