spools.exe : Safe to remove?

Hi. A trojan has been detected recently in one of our systems (Windows 2003 SP1) and the antivirus won't clean it. The file infected is c:\windows\system32\spool\spools.exe

If it can't be removed: how can I restore it from original installation? Thanks.
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Hi pampadevelopers,

that is not something you want to replace!

pampadevelopersAuthor Commented:
I read yesterday spools.exe was used by many trojans, but ... is it a system's file? Can I delete it safely?
its not a system file - get rid of it its bad news

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pampadevelopersAuthor Commented:
Thanks. I will remove it right away.
not a problem

cheers mate

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