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    Dan
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    Tarnak: `23/09/2020 2:11 AM Auto Allowed [COLOR=blue]dismhost.exe[/COLOR] c:\users\owner\appdata\local\temp\ea03a613-9f01-48f9-8922-2450e6e970f8\dismhost.exe AE9C1AE54763822EEC42474983D8B635116C8452 5108587a0713975bbd79a0e1a56b0dd0d0e63d89d7b681d1e0bf7979e21080b0 c:\users\owner\appdata\local\temp\ea03a613-9f01-48f9-8922-2450e6e970f8\dismhost.exe {c39b8cdf-0902-4a28-b157-ae3f11c3da74} 136712 cleanmgr.exe c:\windows\system32\cleanmgr.exe Owner

     

    Every now and then, I see [COLOR=blue]dismhost.exe[/COLOR] show up in the user logs, and being the curious type, I [just] have to go looking for more info.

    In my search I came across this [URL=https://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/dismhost-exe-and-software-restriction-policy.397320/]post[/URL] in Wilders’ forums back in October 2017. All very interesting, but over my head, just the same.

     

     

    Yeah, dismhost can be very tricky to handle properly.  Do you remember the developer named Vlad that worked on VS for 6-8 months or so several years ago?  He came up with a unique way to deal with dismhost properly and safely, then a year or so after I took his idea one step further.  But to make a long story short, VS should handle dismhost properly and safely, but if you guys ever see anything odd, please let me know, thank you!

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