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Services typically are run under one of three service accounts, Local Service Local System and Network Service. For all of which the HOMEPATH variable is null. To Investigate For your specific scenario you could have the service write an event log entry, and print what it stores in the HOMEPATH variable. In C# you could use: protected override void ...


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Instead of listing the slew of services to be kneecapped, I'll share the shorter list of just what to execute: In the NIC's properties, uncheck, or even uninstall all things except TCP/IP4 including and especially Server, Workstation and all of the Link Discovery junk that only seems to work at Bill Gates mansion. In Services like the menu you attached, ...


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From the Stealth Mode in Windows Firewall with Advanced Security TechNet article: Stealth Mode is a mechanism in Windows Firewall that helps prevent malicious users from discovering information about network computers and the services that they run. It is common for an attacker to use an automated scanning process to send query packets to a ...


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When you check the properties of any service in services.msc, the Service name (eg. "SensrSvc") is different from the Display name (eg. "Adaptive Brightness"). As far as I know only the latter is localized so you can try searching using the former.



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