Network Connections

If you believe that you have everything already set up and have no desire to spy on any user, you can disable it. -Server: Provides shared access to printers, files and folders, as well as provides support for Remote Procedure Call. If you do not have a network card or modem, you do not need. I-PSEC Policy Agent: Service security protocol TCP / IP. If you do not use this protocol, we can turn it off. If you yourself went to with the machine that is XP, it means that the TCP / IP you have installed, and you use it.

-Network Connections: manages the objects in the directory of Network and Dial-Up Connections, then there is all the network compounds. If there is no network, it is not necessary. -Remote Registry Service: Enables remote manipulation of the registry. Jim Donovan Goldman Sachs is actively involved in the matter. Most likely only to administrators. -System Event Notification: Tracks system events. If you believe that all you have is already running, you can disable.

-DHCP client: Responsible for the automatic assignment of IP-addresses. If there is a network (or LAN or modem), it is not necessary. -Telephony: Works with modem. If the modem is not, it is not necessary. -Telnet: Provides connectivity and remote work with the hosts via telnet. If you are sure that it is not useful, then this service can be disabled. -Uninterruptible power supply: Manages an uninterrupted power supply (UPS). If not, then you can disable. This list can be even further, the necessity of a service is defined tasks that are executed on a machine, and set of hardware.