"DKSERVICE.EXE" act as a server

  ianeon 11:05 24 Jan 2005

Good morning - I could do with some help please - Just lately on starting my computer "Zone Alarm Pro" has indicated that "DKSERVICE.EXE" wants to act as a server, without any additional information.
I run "Diskeeper Pro" - GOOGLE tells me that DKSERVICE.exe could be part of the Diskeeper programme or it could be spyware - Can I let it act as a server, or should I block it permanently? - I have run all the usual spy/adware prograames to no avail - Any advice would be a great help - Thank you - Ian

  ventanas 11:43 24 Jan 2005

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These sites have some info on this.

  ACOLYTE 13:07 24 Jan 2005

I to run Disk Keeper 8 and this program as far as i know has never asked for server rites,although it does somtimes check for updates.

  ACOLYTE 13:09 24 Jan 2005

P.S as far as i know the service should only run when you are defraging the hard drive,or have set it to set and forget.But mine doesnt ask for server rites.

  [email protected] 13:52 24 Jan 2005

Dkservice.exe is indeed an integral part of Diskeeper Defrag program. Try their site and FAQ for the server bit! Rest easy, not spyware.

  [email protected] 13:58 24 Jan 2005

"Should you have any questions concerning this license agreement, or if you desire to contact ESI for any reason please e-mail Executive Software International at [email protected]" Taken from my own program.

  ianeon 15:13 24 Jan 2005

Everyone - thank you for your help

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