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I know that MDM.EXE is a debugging thing as I have looked into, but is it really supposed to be running all the time?

I have done virus scans, spyware scans, etc and everything is clean.

When I end the process it comes back up.
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mdm.exe is the Machine Debug Manager, mostly used by IE to debug script errors.

To disable it:
  • Goto services.msc, make sure the StartupType of Machine Debug Manager service is Manual.
  • Open Internet Options in IE, click on Advanced tab, enable the following check-boxes:
    Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer).
    Disable script debugging (Other).

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mdm.exe is the Machine Debug Manager, mostly used by IE to debug script errors.

To disable it:

  • Goto services.msc, make sure the StartupType of Machine Debug Manager service is Manual.
  • Open Internet Options in IE, click on Advanced tab, enable the following check-boxes:
    Disable script debugging (Internet Explorer).
    Disable script debugging (Other).

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Thank you bro. Also I have noticed that it is in this folder:

"C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VS7DEBUG\MDM.EXE"

Should i disable this completely mate, I have set it to manual, cause it was set to auto. and I stop the service.
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