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comment How can I silently install Google Chrome?
Works for me. Great!
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comment How can I silently install Google Chrome?
This wont' work on an older Windows XP machine without the SP to support msi installs. (And yes, I run into people with older machines all the time).
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comment How do I drill down and find out which System processes are generating lots (10Mb/s) of network traffic?
I figured it out the old fashioned way: I just kept deleting processes till the traffic dropped. Turned out to be my TrueImage backup. The backup was finished but with errors. I suspect (still need to test) that it was still (very actively) trying to continue the backup.
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comment How do I drill down and find out which System processes are generating lots (10Mb/s) of network traffic?
@Lawrence, I ran Wireshark but I can't see how to tell what process (or sub? system process) is generating the traffic, it just shows a to and from address (i see the IP and the device (AsusteckC_60, Cisco-LI...) but I don't know enough about WireShark to know which application is generating that. Any suggestions?
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asked How do I drill down and find out which System processes are generating lots (10Mb/s) of network traffic?
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asked Why am I getting different network traffic data from: Resource Monitor, Process Explorer, and Net Balancer?
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comment Is there any way to drill down and see what System process is producing network traffic on my LAN?
How can relate the address to a process (my goal being to find the offending process and perhaps disable it) relate the Address from/to (like Dell_74:51:ef and AsustekC_60:f7:83. (this conversation is 90% of the traffic, about 9 Mb/s.