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    Internet Indicator ?

    Last night i was messing around with my windows services and apparently disabled the one that the internet indicator feature uses. Would anyone happen to know which service the feature uses?

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    damn.. does your network still behave propperly after doing that ?? cause I'd think this depends on no services.. it should simply check if there's a network connected, then dial up connection and otherwise, say it's not connected.. If you're connected and it doesn't say so, then either your indicator definition is messed up or you're going to start enabling services to see which one fixes it..
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    Its telling me i'm always connected even when i'm not. Even when there's no modem or NIC connected. I'm guess i'll have to just redo my services til i find the right one. Luckily enough i still have the guide i used.

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    Just FYI... i found the services. I had disabled the COM+ event system and COM+ system application services. Setting both of these back to manual fixed my problem.

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    Manual is not a good idea because once you reboot it will not me loaded. Rather set it to Auto IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeeve5
    Manual is not a good idea because once you reboot it will not me loaded. Rather set it to Auto IMO
    manual is the default setting according to windows xp service guide. its working just fine after the reboot.

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