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#1 hlewis02

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Posted 14 November 2013 - 04:34 PM

as per sticky, downloaded and ran dds.com. result: dds will not run on Server 2008 Standard, 32 bit.

The server is PowerEdge 5900

I am attempting to locate culprit that is trying to hijack IE, the security in place is stopping it from connecting to those sites, but I need to locate the problem.

 

Terminal Services: Installed (functioning properly)

DHCP Server: Installed (functioning)

WINS Server: Installed (functioning)

Malwarebytes: Installed

Spybot S&D: Installed

Hijackthis: Installed

Windows Defender: Installed

CCleaner: Installed

Process Explorer: Installed

Windows Firewall: running

 

Note: I am not the owner of the system, just the guy trying to keep it clean, there are multiple users that are like family to the owner, and their browsing activities may be partially contributory.

 

Addendum:

Some of the workstations connected to the server may be infected with malware, and that could be a factor as well.  I have installed,  Malwarebytes and Spybot S&D on those systems, but an issue remains.

 

Side-note: I have a Linux Mint 15 Cinnamon box on the network (static) to monitor network activity, to many apps to list, but the ones that I use regularly are Umit, Ntop, and Iptraf.

 

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Posted 15 November 2013 - 03:59 PM

Here is a copy of tasklist.txt

 

Image Name                     PID Session Name        Session#    Mem Usage
========================= ======== ================ =========== ============
System Idle Process              0 Services                   0         24 K
System                           4 Services                   0     24,948 K
smss.exe                       464 Services                   0        912 K
csrss.exe                      532 Services                   0      5,836 K
csrss.exe                      580 Console                    1      8,604 K
wininit.exe                    588 Services                   0      4,136 K
services.exe                   624 Services                   0      7,932 K
winlogon.exe                   648 Console                    1      6,280 K
lsass.exe                      672 Services                   0     17,172 K
lsm.exe                        680 Services                   0      7,052 K
svchost.exe                    844 Services                   0      8,456 K
svchost.exe                    904 Services                   0      9,096 K
svchost.exe                    944 Services                   0     71,836 K
svchost.exe                   1044 Services                   0     28,568 K
svchost.exe                   1076 Services                   0      7,452 K
svchost.exe                   1088 Services                   0    125,512 K
SLsvc.exe                     1108 Services                   0     11,476 K
svchost.exe                   1200 Services                   0     19,772 K
svchost.exe                   1252 Services                   0     14,880 K
svchost.exe                   1272 Services                   0      3,980 K
svchost.exe                   1296 Services                   0     30,156 K
audiodg.exe                   1464 Services                   0      3,672 K
svchost.exe                   1476 Services                   0     27,464 K
svchost.exe                   1528 Services                   0      6,320 K
taskeng.exe                   1744 Services                   0      6,832 K
spoolsv.exe                   1932 Services                   0     23,372 K
svchost.exe                   1964 Services                   0     14,456 K
SMSvcHost.exe                 1220 Services                   0     11,868 K
svchost.exe                    732 Services                   0      2,804 K
svchost.exe                   1008 Services                   0      5,524 K
svchost.exe                   1012 Services                   0      3,336 K
svchost.exe                   1536 Services                   0      6,544 K
svchost.exe                   1960 Services                   0      5,288 K
svchost.exe                   1544 Services                   0     14,212 K
svchost.exe                   2184 Services                   0      2,388 K
WINS.EXE                      2216 Services                   0     13,052 K
alg.exe                       3004 Services                   0      4,792 K
svchost.exe                   2544 Services                   0     15,188 K
msdtc.exe                     2844 Services                   0      7,376 K
WmiPrvSE.exe                  2800 Services                   0      7,164 K
dwm.exe                       3204 Console                    1      3,876 K
explorer.exe                  2224 Console                    1     63,004 K
BacsTray.exe                  4036 Console                    1      3,456 K
MSASCui.exe                   3968 Console                    1     13,940 K
unsecapp.exe                  3932 Console                    1      4,988 K
taskeng.exe                   2812 Console                    1      7,944 K
LMIGuardianSvc.exe            5460 Services                   0      6,380 K
LogMeIn.exe                   1176 Services                   0     22,696 K
ramaint.exe                   3512 Services                   0      4,604 K
LogMeInSystray.exe            2152 Console                    1      9,332 K
vds.exe                       7392 Services                   0      5,272 K
csrss.exe                     3952                            3      7,412 K
winlogon.exe                   584                            3      6,272 K
taskeng.exe                   7080                            3      7,592 K
rdpclip.exe                   6856                            3      3,928 K
dwm.exe                       9240                            3      4,364 K
explorer.exe                  6832                            3     28,584 K
BacsTray.exe                  5972                            3      3,404 K
LogMeInSystray.exe            6156                            3      8,712 K
MSASCui.exe                   4576                            3      9,040 K
vos.exe                       6672                            3     23,336 K
mmc.exe                       9948                            3     67,940 K
LogonUI.exe                   9236                            3     12,456 K
csrss.exe                     5708 RDP-Tcp#2                  4      7,096 K
winlogon.exe                  9112 RDP-Tcp#2                  4      5,880 K
taskeng.exe                   2972 RDP-Tcp#2                  4      7,452 K
rdpclip.exe                   8252 RDP-Tcp#2                  4      3,864 K
dwm.exe                       2772 RDP-Tcp#2                  4      2,960 K
explorer.exe                  7744 RDP-Tcp#2                  4     29,444 K
BacsTray.exe                  7252 RDP-Tcp#2                  4      3,408 K
LogMeInSystray.exe            6796 RDP-Tcp#2                  4      8,668 K
MSASCui.exe                   7872 RDP-Tcp#2                  4      7,744 K
vos.exe                       4452 RDP-Tcp#2                  4     27,432 K
wuauclt.exe                   2928 RDP-Tcp#2                  4      5,272 K
csrss.exe                     5772 RDP-Tcp#0                  2      6,844 K
winlogon.exe                  7716 RDP-Tcp#0                  2      5,920 K
taskeng.exe                   4184 RDP-Tcp#0                  2      7,304 K
rdpclip.exe                   3752 RDP-Tcp#0                  2      4,376 K
dwm.exe                       6764 RDP-Tcp#0                  2      2,984 K
taskeng.exe                   3832 RDP-Tcp#0                  2      4,568 K
explorer.exe                  2780 RDP-Tcp#0                  2     41,224 K
BacsTray.exe                  6064 RDP-Tcp#0                  2      3,412 K
LogMeInSystray.exe            5560 RDP-Tcp#0                  2      8,696 K
MSASCui.exe                   4228 RDP-Tcp#0                  2      7,760 K
reader_sl.exe                 8552 RDP-Tcp#0                  2      3,284 K
mmc.exe                       9212 RDP-Tcp#0                  2     67,840 K
TrustedInstaller.exe          9476 Services                   0      5,920 K
taskeng.exe                   3272 Services                   0      4,180 K
cmd.exe                       3716 RDP-Tcp#0                  2      2,344 K
tasklist.exe                  9292 RDP-Tcp#0                  2      4,908 K
WmiPrvSE.exe                  5668 Services                   0      5,980 K



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Posted 20 November 2013 - 05:00 AM

dds installer runs but, errors out stating this os not supported.



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Posted 25 November 2013 - 06:04 PM

Thank you for your attention in this matter, however I found the culprit myself.

Turns out there was an overlooked hive entry, (updater) for a removed Kodak AIO printer, when the entry was removed the problem was eliminated.

You may now consider this matter closed.



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