We were informed that the apps Rpcapd.exe in our Windows 10 should be disabled from msconfig. In msconfig services tab, it's description is "Remote Packet Capture Protocol v.0 (experimental)" from the manufacturer "Riverbed Technology, Inc.". A bit of googling we found that it's a file called Rpcapd.exe, used for capturing traffic when in remote and that it may be possible that is being used for keylogging.
What exactly is it?
Should we remove it?
What implication, if any, is there if we "uncheck" it in services?
Thank you in advance.