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Applies to: Windows Server 2016 The Windows operating system includes many system services that provide important functionality.Different services have different default startup policies: some are started by default (automatic), some when needed (manual), and some are disabled by default and must be explicitly enabled before they can run.These defaults were chosen carefully for each service to balance performance, functionality, and security for typical customers.However, some enterprise customers may prefer a more security-focused balance for their Windows PCs and servers, one that reduces their attack surface to the absolute minimum, and may therefore wish to fully disable all services that are not needed in their specific environments.
For all system services listed in this document, the two tables that follow offer an explanation of columns and Microsoft recommendations for enabling and disabling system services in Windows Server 2016 with Desktop Experience: Microsoft recommendation/advice about disabling this service on Windows Server 2016 in a typical, well-managed enterprise deployment and where the server is not being used as an end-user desktop replacement.
Provides User Account Control validation for the installation of Active X controls from the Internet and enables management of Active X control installation based on Group Policy settings.
This service is started on demand and if disabled the installation of Active X controls will behave according to default browser settings.
Facilitates the running of interactive applications with additional administrative privileges.
If this service is stopped, users will be unable to launch applications with the additional administrative privileges they may require to perform desired user tasks.
Processes installation, removal, and enumeration requests for software deployed through Group Policy.