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    How to close disable DCOM network ports?

    They operate under SVCHOST.exe and are listening on local DCOM port.

    This is default in a clean Windows 7 ultimate install. Also after security tweaking and hardening they still remain open.

    What services are responsible for this? Can they be closed down?

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