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    • #43076
      zeh

      Hello,

      I´m from Brazil, and running windows 2008 in my laptop a few days. It´s have 512mb but 2008 running perfectly. Now, i testing the services default, disabling services to save cpu and ram. It´s a list of services disable for me, and wanna tips about others services can be disable:

      Application Management Service
      Background Intelligent Transfer Service
      Desktop Window Manager Session Manager Service
      Distributed Link Tracking Client Service
      Distributed Transaction Coordinator Service
      DNS Client Service
      Human Interface Device Access Service
      IPsec Policy Agent
      Messenger Sharing Folders USN Journal Reader service
      Print Spooler
      Windows Search
      Server
      Windows Time
      Windows Remote Management (WS-Management)
      WebClient

    • #46114

      I really cant remember which one of these are disabled by default but this is my list of “Disabled” Windows Server 2008 Services:

      Application Experience
      Application Layer Gateway Service
      Application Management
      ASP.NET State Service
      Ati External Event Utility
      Background Intelligent Transfer Service
      Base Filtering Engine
      Certificate Propagation
      Diagnostic Policy Service
      Diagnostic Service Host
      Diagnostic System Host
      Distributed Link Tracking Client
      Distributed Transaction Coordinator
      DNS Client
      Function Discovery Provider Host
      Fuction Discovery Resourse Publication
      IKE and AuthIP IPsec Keying Modules
      Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)
      IP Helper
      IPsec Policy Agent
      KtmRm for Distributed Transaction Coordinator
      Logitech Bluetooth Service
      Microsoft iSCSI Initiator Service
      Netlogon
      Offline Files
      PnP-X IP Bus Enumerator
      Portable Device Enumerator Service
      Print Spooler
      Problem Reports and Solutions Control Panel Support
      Remote Access Auto Connection Manager
      Remote Access Connection Manager
      Remote Registry
      Routing and Remote Access
      Secure Socket Tunneling Protocol Service
      SL UI Notification Service
      Smart Card
      Smart Card Removal Policy
      SSDP Discovery
      TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper
      Telephony
      Terminal Services
      Terminal Services UserMode Port Redirector
      Themes
      UPnP Device Host
      Windows Error Reporting Service
      Windows Firewall
      Windows Management Instrumentation
      Windows Remote Management (WS-Management)
      Windows Time
      Windows Update
      WinHTTP Web Proxy Auto-Discovery Service

      Works pretty fine for me with the above set to “Disabled”.

    • #46115
      zeh

      Stige,

      My services are more or less as you post. In instalation, i selected “Windows 2008 Standard” and believes for my use it´s the better option.

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