regwiz.exe and outpost

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  1. INTOXSICKATED

    INTOXSICKATED Registered Member

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    sry if this has been asked b4, but what exactly is regwiz.exe. o_O it's in my outpost 'partially allowed applications' section, but it's the only program that i'm not sure about what it does. did a quick google search, and am still wondering why this program doesn't show in my processguard lists? does that mean it's not being used? can i just put regwiz.exe in the 'blocked applications' area of outpost? :doubt: any input would be appreciated!
     
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    Kerodo Registered Member

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    On my Win2k system here, it's apparently the Registration Wizard for registering Windows. Regwiz.Exe. There's also a Regwiz.Dll. Should be harmless and you can block it if you like I would think...
     
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    think you're right. i put it in the 'blocked applications' part of outpost and all seems well.
     
  4. hollywoodpc

    hollywoodpc Registered Member

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    Hi Intox !
    No regwiz here . Wondering why ? hmmmm . Oh well . As long as things are smooth , leave it in blocked .
     
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