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WHAT IS.......Device\WebDavRedirector

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this shows up running under "system" in the task manager and is using 0% cpu but 111,308k of memory, on my machine, mine uses 6kb of memory, looking at what is running under "system" thats what i find that looks funny to me, anyone know what that is? how to remove it?
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well, it was a thought, something has ahold on this machine, ill keep looking, i guess you did answer it so i will close this.
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