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mdnsresponder.exe

What are all hidden iTunes & iCloud processes and services?

I have found the following iTunes & iCloud processes and services. Are there anymore I need to know that are connecting to the internet or running ?

ICLOUD and Sub-Processes

Process: iCloud ID: 6288 - C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleInternet ServicesiCloud.exe

Process: ApplePhotoStreams ID: 10600 C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleInternet ServicesApplePhotoStreams.exe

Process: APSDaemon ID: 9192- Apple Push - C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleInternet ServicesAPSDaemon.exe

Process: iCloudServices ID: 5976 C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleInternet ServicesiCloudServices.exe

Process: AppleOutlookDAVConfig ID: 7912 - Apple Outlook DAV Config - C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleInternet ServicesAppleOutlookDAVConfig.exe



ITUNES Program and Sub-Processes

Process: iTunes ID: 9440 - C:Program Files (x86)iTunesiTunes.exe

Process: AppleMobileDeviceHelper ID: 3972 - C:Program Files (x86)Common
FilesAppleMobile Device SupportAppleMobileDeviceHelper.exe - YSLoader.exe

Process: iTunesHelper ID: 10884 C:Program Files (x86)iTunesiTunesHelper.exe (3 Processes)

Process: distnoted ID: 4772 - C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleApple Application Supportdistnoted.exe (2 processes)



APPLE SUPPORT SERVICES

Process: iPodService ID: 5948 - iPodService Module (64-bit) - C:Program FilesiPodiniPodService.exe
Process: mDNSResponder ID: 11240 Bonjour Service - C:Program FilesBonjourmDNSResponder.exe
Process: AppleMobileDeviceService ID: 1916 YSLoader.exe - C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleMobile Device SupportAppleMobileDeviceService.exe

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I had an client application that made with mDNSResponder.exe. mDNSResponder carried out real-time updating data on client program received from state of some server hardwares such as DVR or ip-camera in certain closed network environment.

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mdnsresponder.exe: How does Windows know how to resolve mDNS queries?

When you install Bonjour for Windows you can resolve any '.local' mDNS name from anywhere in the system.

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mdnsresponder.exe: What are all hidden iTunes & iCloud processes and services?

I have found the following iTunes & iCloud processes and services. Are there anymore I need to know that are connecting to the internet or running ?

ICLOUD and Sub-Processes

Process: iCloud ID: 6288 - C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleInternet ServicesiCloud.exe

Process: ApplePhotoStreams ID: 10600 C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleInternet ServicesApplePhotoStreams.exe

Process: APSDaemon ID: 9192- Apple Push - C:Program Files (x86)Common FilesAppleInterne

defrag.exe: Process.Start in WindowsSystem32 folder

Trying to launch a file located in System32 as administrator but it keeps telling me it doesn't exist.

Error: System can't find specified file
Build Target Platform is: x86.
Current OS: Windows 8.1 x64. I'd rather not have 2 different .exes for a 32 and 64 bit os.

p.StartInfo.Verb = 'runas';
p.StartInfo.FileName =
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//above points to c:windowssystem32defrag.exe
p.StartInf

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In an attempt to simplify a problem I am having running a batch file from within PHP on a WAMP windows XP system I am trying to launch notepad.exe from a PHP file. I have a PHP file containing....

<?php
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driver.exe: [Solved]*** No rule to make target `module_netcdf_io.o', needed by `driver.exe'. Stop. Error

I am trying to run make on Noah-MP.

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.SUFFIXES:
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include user_build_options

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I'm having an issue debugging a Classic ASP application from Visual Studio. When I attach to the inetinfo.exe process, I'm getting the message


The breakpoint will not currently be hit. No symbols have been loaded for this document


I think I've isolated the issue as being an incorrect process type being given to inetinfo.exe.

The following screenshot shows what i see when I select 'Debug -> Attach to Process' in Visual Studio 2010:



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I have all java variables added. When I try to run cmd from within totalCommander and type 'path' I get this message:
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javaw.exe: Eclipse cannot find javaw.exe

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cli.exe: Weird REDIS chars at console?

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What are those extra chars ? and how can I make it to be displayed normally ?

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