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what is required to be running in the process tab of Windows 2000 when no applications are running?

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what is required to be running in the process tab of Windows 2000 when no applications are running?  I understand that antivirus and ome other programs run , but if these were also disabled, what would actually have to be running?
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Thats a bit of a loaded question :0) It really depends on the server and applications installed.

Go here for a list of whats what http://www.answersthatwork.com/Tasklist_pages/tasklist.htm
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Some feeback would help, if the poster tells whats running Ill tell them whats happening

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