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Possible spyware/maleware trustedinstaller.exe?

Posted on 2012-09-18
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My backup recently stopped working. so after play around a bit I noticed that it would fail on the OS drive with the final error as "Access Denied". Digging around more I noticed that the ownership of the drive is Trustedinstaller. Has anyone else experienced this problem before and if so how to remove it?
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I know about taking ownership, but for it to take full ownership of the OS drive, is this normal? Is it also normal to run as a process, that automatically restarts when terminated? Its behaviour seems very spyware-ish
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Sent egineer to site to deal with
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