5/29/11
6:35 am

Forum Question: What is CFAgent?

Hi, I have CFAgent checked in my login section. I wondered what it was, and if it should be there.
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Mike Goodman

Comments: 2 Responses to “What is CFAgent?”

    5/29/11 @ 9:14 am

    By “login section” do you mean your System Preferences, Accounts, Login Items? An item named “CFAgent” is there?
    First, which version of Mac OS X are you running?
    Second, here’ what you need to do to track down this or any program listed in your Login Items:
    Go to System Preferences, Accounts, Login Items. Then Control+Click on the item in question and select “Reveal in Finder.” See where that process is located. Often, it will be a child program of a larger application. For instance, iTunes Helper would be revealed as being a small program inside the iTunes application package.
    So what do you get when you do this? Where is the actual CFAgent located?

    Buddy
    9/23/12 @ 11:15 pm

    CFAgent is for your ClickFree backup hard drive. It is a little stub that watches for the drive to be plugged in.

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