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Windows Explorer trie to live to Internet

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Hi
please, my firewall say me that Windows Explorer try to leave to Internet, why?  of course that I bloqued it.
thank you
daniel

w98se
intel P700/256mb
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by:Gareth Gudger
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I think it just does that. I've seen that come up a lot.
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It's probably checking the Windows update site to see if there are any patches, security updates, etc. that should be downloaded.  You can go to MSCONFIG and disable the Critical Updates and Scheduling Agent and see if it stops...
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