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Guest_Tony_*

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Hey People,

I thought that it was resolved but its not, now what is happening:

1) When I restart/turn the computer off then back on its starts up normally, and loads into windows normally, but then the icons by the clock dont show up completely (like some of them will but not all of them)

2) When i log off then back on everything is loaded and showing by the clock like it is supposed to be.

WHy is that happening?
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Guest_Tony_*

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I fixed it and found what the problem was,

It was that the SSDP was active.

Can some one now tell me what is SSDP for and if your on a network at home is it somthing that is needed or not?

And also can some one please explain to me what this does?
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gerryf

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http://www.winguides...splay.php/1235/
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Oh okies thank you.

Now is SSDP a security risk on computers?
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gerryf

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some think so, which is why the way to disable it is trumpeted.
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Guest_Tony_*

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Cool, thank you for that.

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT HELPED ME WITH/UNDERSTAND WHAT SSDP. :tazz:
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