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Hello all!

It is recommended that you completely disable the Windows Remote Registry service for security reasons.

I manually switch the settings to "Disabled"

However, at each next start of the computer, the Remote Registry service returns to its default state again, that is, the start is "Automatic"

How to make sure that the service does not translate back into autorun?

It’s written in the settings that the service is started by the trigger.

How to find and disable this trigger?

p.s. Sorry, the text on the screenshots in Russian)



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That's right, it's a legitimate Windows service!
But she can allow remote control of my registry! from someone else's computer!
Is not it?
In addition, I assume that many security recommendations (at least Russian-language sources) strongly recommend that you disable this service among some others.
The computer at the same time works absolutely fine, I assure you!😉
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Of course, I’m not a security specialist!
Therefore, I ask here on the forum!
However, for almost 10 years, my Windows 7 worked specifically with the disabled remote registry service.
However, on Windows 10 (1909), I am unable to disable it.
Rather, the service starts automatically by default again the next time the computer boots ...
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But she can allow remote control of my registry! from someone else's computer!

If only the service is enabled and windows otherwise is configured as default there is no way that this service running can allow anyone to connect to your computer's registry remotely. As far as I know you can only do that using this service if the computers are on the same network and visible to each other. If your computer is accessible to the entire internet that way you have much bigger problems than a possibility that an attacker might access your registry (they could get to all your files). :)

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