Process Detail

What is RegAss.exe ?

RegAss.exe is known as ManageSoft task scheduler, it also has the following name or Server ???? and it is developed by ManageSoft Corp , it is also developed by Unknown. We have seen about 7 different instances of RegAss.exe in different location. So far we haven't seen any alert about this product. If you think there is a virus or malware with this product, please submit your feedback at the bottom.


Something wrong with RegAss.exe ?

Is RegAss.exe using too much CPU or memory ? It's probably your file has been infected with a virus. Let try the program named DriverIdentifier to see if it helps.

How to remove RegAss.exe

If you encounter difficulties with RegAss.exe , you can uninstall the associated program (Start > Control Panel > Add/Remove programs

What can you do to fix RegAss.exe ?

Let try to run a system scan with Speed Up My PC to see any error, then you can do some other troubleshooting steps.
If you think this is a driver issue, please try

Where do we see RegAss.exe ?

Here is the list of instances that we see for the process: RegAss.exe

  Path Product Name Vendor Version Size MD5
1 C:\Program Files\Penpower\iScan2\Device\A4ColorPP\setup\RegAss.exe ManageSoft task scheduler ManageSoft Corp 8.2 3276 9B0B7C0CCA34D4274A4363DF4D0A8007
2 C:\Windows\system32\RegAss.exe Unknown 4761
3 C:\Windows\SysWOW64\RegAss.exe Server ???? Unknown 1, 0, 0, 1 4761 53B0A34CEF175EABBE95906E29E351E3
4 C:\Program Files (x86)\Penpower\iScan2\Device\A4ColorPP\setup\RegAss.exe Unknown 3276 9B0B7C0CCA34D4274A4363DF4D0A8007
5 C:\Windows\system32\RegAss.exe Server ???? Unknown 1, 0, 0, 1 4761 53B0A34CEF175EABBE95906E29E351E3
6 C:\WINDOWS\SysWOW64\RegAss.exe Server ???? Unknown 4761 0D556503BA20FBFFBAC90D7110A53D4D
7 C:\Windows\SysWOW64\RegAss.exe Unknown 4761

   Comments about this process:

By Jon Li 2015-11-05 11:33:32
I was puzzled by regass.exe and stopped it from running to see what would happen, and put it on manual start from

Control panelsystem and securityAdministrative toolsServices (Local)

The result: it disabled the functioning of at least one function key, i.e., F9, which I use to refresh Outlook's email to download from the server.

I changed it back to an automatic start and things went back to normal, with the F9 key working once again.



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