Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by spy1, Nov 2, 2004.
what do you do/add to PG's list to protect it? Pete
Pete, I would put ProcessGuard in learning mode and make your connections, this should add the necessary programs and allows.
I already did that when I installed 3.000, so I guess I'm okay.
I just wondered where on either the "Protection" or "Security" tabs in PG I would see the entry for it?
What would it actually be called there? Pete
There would be:
svchost.exe (by default)
alg.exe (by default)
control.exe (only if you open network connections> PROPERTIES and select ADVANCED> SETTINGS under Windows Firewall section.
Thank you, Bowserman - exactly what I needed to know and it's all there except for control.exe (which is as it should be).
I just needed to know for sure that ICF was being protected by PG since it's all I use. Pete
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