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  1. miguelNo

    Why Local Security Authority Subsystem Service can't be deactivated

    Thank you for your answer!! So, the main idea is that winlogon checks for user authentication, so if I kill lsass the communication between these two processes will lose, and by this way lsass can't authenticate the user and it will restart the system, right?
  2. miguelNo

    Why Local Security Authority Subsystem Service can't be deactivated

    Hi all, I have been searching for some technical post to understand why LSASS can't be deactivated. Okay, it is responsible for enforcing the security policy on the system, but I want some deep sight why the system restarts after deactivate it. Thanks!
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