1. danvb329's Avatar
    I was trying to make some changes to some scrypts I was writing and out of nowhere windows prompts me dingdongdung and I pressed enter at that exact moment.

    I didn't get to see what program it was asking me to run and I would like to find a view of where this is logged.

    I was hoping it was a service related to what I was working on, as it may be, but more likely i just clicked on something in the taskbar. I am trying to recover net files from my old computer off my microsoft account that would automatically upload onto telnet via a button on my development tools. A one time fits deal. If I can't run the process off a log that the computer has, I can't press that button again. It is a one time run button that has a few selections and it probes my friend's network.
    Last edited by danvb329; 01-10-2019 at 08:26 AM.
    01-10-2019 08:15 AM
  2. danvb329's Avatar
    It appears I have found the event at 9:05am if that is the correct time. It says the application was changed from demand start to auto start...
    01-10-2019 08:44 AM

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