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Thread: Spoolsv - Suspicious Behavior warning

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    stephen_h Guest

    Default Spoolsv - Suspicious Behavior warning

    I just installed ZoneAlarm Pro for the very first time. Each time I start my PC, the OS Firewall displays a Suspicious Behavior warning for Windows\System32\Spoolsv.exe and says it is attempting to "modify driver". The log for the event shows BITS in the Data column of each warning.I have checked spoolsv.exe with the nod32 viruschecker but the check shows the file to be clean.What is happening? More to the point, should I allow the change or deny? I have no idea what is going on. I would like to Allow or Deny and then have ZoneAlarm remember and stop asking me. Some clear advice would be greatly appreciated.Thanks

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    Default Re: Spoolsv - Suspicious Behavior warning

    It's a Windows system file used when you print. Just let it do what it needs to do.

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