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Bill

Hello:

I have an .exe file (msrexe.exe) in my WINNT/System32
directory.

I am trying to determine if this is a valid/necessary
win2Kpro system file or something I can delete.

Any input is appreciated.

TIA,

Bill
 
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Dave Patrick

One of these may help.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q="msrexe.exe"+site:symantec.com

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Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
Microsoft MVP [Windows NT/2000 Operating Systems]
Microsoft Certified Professional [Windows 2000]
http://www.microsoft.com/protect.


:
| Hello:
|
| I have an .exe file (msrexe.exe) in my WINNT/System32
| directory.
|
| I am trying to determine if this is a valid/necessary
| win2Kpro system file or something I can delete.
|
| Any input is appreciated.
|
| TIA,
|
| Bill
 
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Gary G. Little

And then you could always try the brute force approach if you have the
huevos. Delete it. Since it's in the System32 directory, if it is a critical
system file, you won't be able to, and if you do the system will restore it
from cache. Even with the huevos, you best rename it rather than delete it.
 
J

Jordon

And then you could always try the brute force approach
if you have the huevos. Delete it.
Wouldn't a better approach be to rename it?

To the original poster, if you go to Google
Groups and search for that file name you might
find your answer. Possibly a trojan.

Jordon
 
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