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Discussion in 'other security issues & news' started by lynchknot, Jun 19, 2005.

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  1. lynchknot

    lynchknot Registered Member

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    Hello. My trial of Regdefend is over. I'm wondering if the problems i'm having with windows updates and other 3rd party application installs are related to the registry changes that occured when I was using Regdefend. If it is, how can I restore these permissions? Thank you

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    **edit - perhaps this will do

     
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  2. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    Unless I am mis-understanding what you are saying....my thoughts are that RegDefend does not make changes to the registry in regards to preventing windows update....only Allows\Blocks in respect to a change of a registry setting according to a rule added.

    My question would be....even tho your trial is over....do you still have a regdefend.exe process running....and\or did you un-install RegDefend ?
     
  3. lynchknot

    lynchknot Registered Member

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    Ok well, something is wrong. I'm not sure what. No I have not uninstalled it yet as I'm still considering it. Regdefend is not running in TM (only at startup)
     
  4. Bubba

    Bubba Updates Team

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    Without assuming wrongly....are you defining only at startup to mean when you start the program ?
     
  5. lynchknot

    lynchknot Registered Member

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    When I start my computer, Regdefend is activated only to inform me that my trial is over - and give me the option to buy.
     
  6. Bubba

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    Since you are not able to use it again, given the fact a new version is forth coming....and the fact it would only take a few minutes....have you considered simply un-installing the program....which would then totally remove RegDefend from the equation concerning your problem.
     
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