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What is wmccds.exe? Is wmccds.exe spyware or a virus?
Process name: Windows Media Connect

Product: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System or MicrosoftR WindowsR Operating System

Company: Microsoft Corporation (www.microsoft.com)

File: wmccds.exe

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116 users ask for this file. 1 user didn't rate it ("don't know"). 2 users rated it as not dangerous.

All comments about wmccds.exe:
Billy It's a file that makes the xbox 360 work with media center computers
Allows you to connect your PC to a xbox 360.
Installed when I networked Xbox 360 to my home wireless network. Necessary for communciation with Xbox 360
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