It's not part of VMware. It's the Vista print thunking layer between 32/64 bits.
Ok but i'm running Windows Seven, and the process is launched by VMWare....
So i know it's not directly a VMWare service but VMWare seems to use it in a way it made it leaked memories and CPU.
Without VMWare product running there's no error.
So i don't really car if it's not directly a VMWare dependencies, all what i see is when i used VMWare product it launch this services and made crash my computer.
Perhaps removing the ThinPrint device (Printer) from your Guest's configuration would address this problem?
I've disconnect it last time but forget to configure vmware not to use it anymore, so last time I've launch my vm it started again
Thanks for this reminder
So kind of solved.
Can any of you guys tell if this issue is also relavant on vSphere 4.x (or newer)? Running on VM verison 7.