Verkenner.exe: What is Verkenner.exe in the Windows Vista startup files?

What is Verkenner.exe in the Windows Vista startup files? This is a Microsoft file that must run?

If you know the location (or the search to find it) and then send it to:

https://www.Microsoft.com/security/portal/submission/submit.aspx

To find out if there is a threat or not.

I guess it's part of demand which PC seller would system.

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