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Should there be two Logical Disk Manager Services?

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I have Server 2003 SBS and I notice that there are two identical services running: Logical Disk Manager. The one however has complete garbage in the Description field.
The only thing that has been added lately is Hamatchi.
Should there be two?

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There shouldn't be two identical services, especially when on of those servies has garbage for description. I would try to uninstall Hamachi and see what happens.
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