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Windows Firewall CPU
I'm getting 30-40% CPU usage from the Windows Firewall and Service Host: Internet sharing processes. If I disable the Windows Firewall service and then stop it - then re-start it, CPU usage from these processes drops to zero. I believe Windows Firewall is controlled by my NIS 126.96.36.199and, hence, consider this may be a NIS problem. I'm using Windows 10 Pro V1703.
Anyone know of a solution to this?