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FlexNet and ususweb.dll

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My pc has Isusweb.dll file in c:\windows\download program\ folder. I do not see any process associated with this dll(running task manger) . Is there any way I can find which program is using or used this  dll?
I do not see Microvision Flextnet software in the system.
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by:Joe Winograd, EE MVE
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If you're talking about Flexera's FlexNet Software Manager and would like to uninstall it (a very good idea, imo), read Section VII of this EE article:
PaperPort 14 - Free Upgrade to Version 14.5
Regards, Joe
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Thank you for the reply.
I do not need FelxNet software, My guess was that  Isusweb.dll  is part of the Felxnet, but I do not see Felxnet in the system.
I want to know whether any other software is using the Isusweb.dll  file before I delete it from that directory.
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> I do not need FelxNet software

I presume that's a typo and you really mean FlexNet.

> My guess was that Isusweb.dll is part of the Felxnet

If you mean FlexNet, then yes, it is part of that, as well as multiple Macrovision products.

> I want to know whether any other software is using the Isusweb.dll file before I delete it from that directory.

As mentioned above, multiple Macrovision products use it. I can't speak to those other products, but as I said in Section VII of my article (https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/17490/), I uninstall the FlexNet Connect Common Software Manager whenever it comes onto my system. Regards, Joe
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