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What is msrpc needed for on a Windows 7 workstation

I just ran an nmap scan against our network, and many Windows 7 machines have several high ports listening with Microsoft Windows RPC. Example: Port Serv Process name 49152, msrpc [wininit.exe] ...
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No more endpoints in the endpoint mapper

I was just transferred to a new factory and there is this issue that keeps popping up and the error says "There are no more endpoints in the endpoint mapper." This error occurs when trying to rejoin a ...
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“Access Denied” for Windows Remote Administration (schtascks, eventvwr, default SMB shares)

I have a domain with a couple of DCs (Win 2k8 R2) and about 15 workstations (Win7, x64) or so. When trying to (remote-) access a specific Win 7 workstation (which shouldn't really be any different ...
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What is the sequence of Windows RPC ports 135, 137, 139 (and higher ports)? What changes with Port 145?

Can someone explain when and how often each of the Windows RPC ports are used? The "core" ones I understand are: Port 135 Port 137 Port 139 Higher ports that are published by Port 135's "catalog" ...
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Unable to issue commands to a remote server when using IP address

I know this is going to sound crazy and I hope that I may just be missing something simple. I am trying to use psexec to restart IIS on a cluster of remote servers. The dept that actually uses the ...
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Client/server application RPC connection gets disconnected very frequently

I have a client/server application that uses RPC for the client to communicate with the server. Fairly regularly, I get an event in the Application log that the RPC connection was disconnected: ...
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How do I shut down a Windows XP box remotely from a Linux box?

I have Windows XP running in virtual machines connected to my local network for testing purposes. The tests are done remotely. When finished, I want to shut them down remotely, from a Linux box. ETA: ...