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I've got this process running on my work computer and it's starting to take up quite a bit of memory. I know it belongs to McAffee but, is it possible to disable it directly? killing it from the Task Manager doesn't work.



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closed as off topic by Kara Marfia May 28 '09 at 16:47

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Check out this post on the McAfee forums (kinda old) regarding a possible memory leak with that binary. There's a suggestion of upgrading near the bottom.

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