October 12th, 2007, 11:01 AM
I'm running 2.7 on XP64. I sometimes use applications that access a physical disk. I also have TrueCrypt encrypted partitions. If I try to mount a TrueCrypt volume, my system will lock up unless I disable AMON access to Local disks and media. Any tool that access a disk will cause the freeze. Is there a "rule" I can write or some workaround through which I can allow NOD32 to monitor local disks, but allow access to them? It seems that I can exclude folders and files, but not physical disks. My options are the default. There is no option to "allow access" if infiltration is detected. I think that the most efficient approach would be to have a setting to allow AMON to monitor only selected disks, if that's possible. Thanks.