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What is mssp.vxd and how do i elliminate it from erroring during boot up?
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From MS-homepage:
For File and Printer Sharing services with user-level security, the security provider (MSSP.VXD or NWSP.VXD) assists in validating user access when sharing a resource and in retrieving a user list when administrating the server. The network address book (MSAB32.DLL or NWAB32.DLL) translates the account lists from the server and provides the Add Users dialog box for selecting which users get access rights. The file security component (FILESEC.VXD) provides access control based on information in the Registry. Notice that these same security components support features such as remote Registry access even when File and Printer Sharing services are not present.
Look at your windows.ini or system.ini if mssp.vxd is mentioned there and remark the line. Hope this helps you

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