What causes a dialog window as shown in the attached document to pop up when my client accesses his office computer via remote desktop and only when he has to log in on his office computer?

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What causes a dialog window as shown in the attached document to pop up when my client accesses his office computer via remote desktop and only when he has to log in on his office computer?

He is using Remote Desktop from Windows XP Service Pack 3 to connect to his office computer using Windows 7 Pro. When I do a search on his office computer for 175230Log.iniis lost, it shows that it is somhow connected with the Chrome application.
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You can modify registry
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache\Tree\ASUS\i-Setup180917]
"Id"="{4960FFCF-AAED-4C16-AE65-B0BE6C318F7E}"
"Index"=dword:00000002"
NT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache\Tree\ASUS\i-Setup182418]
"Id"="{4960FFCF-AAED-4C16-AE65-B0BE6C318F7E}"
"Index"=dword:00000002"
NT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache\Tree\ASUS\i-Setup130842]
"Id"="{4960FFCF-AAED-4C16-AE65-B0BE6C318F7E}"
"Index"=dword:00000002"

or

Instead of hacking at the registry, you can delete this app from Task Scheduler:

From the start menu search for "Task Scheduler" and open it
Under the Active Tasks section of Task Scheduler (Local), look for tasks that begin with "i-setup" and are triggered at log on of any user and delete them

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Thank you! I deleted the application from the Task Scheduler as you suggested and that solved the problem. Cudo's to you.
Thanks.
Glad it work.

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