"IPsec Policy Agent - ipsecsvc.dll" Service on Windows 7
What is "IPsec Policy Agent" in my Windows 7 service list? And how is "IPsec Policy Agent" service related to ipsecsvc.dll?
"IPsec Policy Agent" is a Windows 7 service that "Internet Protocol security (IPsec) supports network-level peer authentication, data origin authentication, data integrity, data confidentiality (encryption), and replay protection. This service enforces IPsec policies created through the IP Security Policies snap-in or the command-line tool "netsh ipsec". If you stop this service, you may experience network connectivity issues if your policy requires that connections use IPsec. Also,remote management of Windows Firewall is not available when this service is stopped." "IPsec Policy Agent" service is provided by ipsecsvc.dll DLL file.
Detailed information on "IPsec Policy Agent" service:
Service name: PolicyAgent Display name: IPsec Policy Agent Execution command: C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe -k NetworkServiceNetworkRestricted Start type: Manual Service status: Started Dependencies: Base Filtering Engine TCP/IP Protocol Driver
"IPsec Policy Agent" service is provided by a DLL file called: ipsecsvc.dll:
Name: ipsecsvc.dll Location: C:\Windows\System32\ipsecsvc.dll Description: Windows IPsec SPD Server DLL File version: 6.1.7601.17514 Size: 342 KB (350,208 bytes) Modified: Saturday, November 20, 2010, 7:19:23 AM
Disabling "IPsec Policy Agent" service may cause issues when running Windows 7 system.
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