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How to have logmein disabled when Windows starts?

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  1. sun_kangane

    sun_kangane New Member

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    Hey Hello friends...............

    I am using LogMeIn for remote access.
    I have 2 Q.

    1. Is it safe to use LogMeIn ?
    2. When windows start it also start LogMeIn in Enable mode. So can any one tell me how to have logmein disable when windows starts ?
    I have disable it from msconfig ==> startup (System Configuration utility). but still it starts in Enable mode.
    Is there any another way to do it ?

    Please Help me.........................
     
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    its safe. no need to worry about it. for the second Q, have u checked the options in logmein. Does it have a forced start mode. if s disable it.
     
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    sun_kangane New Member

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    thanks neo_vi
    there is no "a forced start mode" option. but its fine i did that through computer manager -> services.
    i set it to disable mode and it works ............
     
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    For any kind of programs, which starts with Windows Login, you can use a tool to trace i.e "Sysinternals Autoruns". It will list all the services including DLL files, Exe files means any kind of file. You can just right click on desired file and delete from running with windows Login.
     

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