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What is coo.exe

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I'm currently doing a basic security audit on a clients server and wish to detail every process that is running on the server.
I have information on every single process, except one!!!
The culprit is COO.EXE
I haven't had a chance to find the full path to the file yet, but quick Google (R) searches don't bring up anything useful.
Any details on this process would be appreciated.
Thanks
Greg.
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Dufo G. Belski earned 100 total points
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Could be something from Dell that provides information about the cost of ownership for this computer system:

http://www.mexia.k12.tx.us/students/webs8/web/cs/DELL/DOCS/9845R/comp.htm
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It's a Dell OMCI utility file.
If you don't use it, run C:\DMI\uninsdmi.exe to remove it.
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Thank you both, your answers were very useful.
asyscokid gets more as his answer gave me all the information I needed, and he was first.
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