Application Filtering cleanup

Discussion in 'LnS English Forum' started by SirDracula, Oct 17, 2004.

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  1. SirDracula

    SirDracula Registered Member

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    Is there a way to automatically clean up the entries in the "Application Filtering" in order to remove apps that have moved around, that have been uninstalled, etc.
     
  2. MickeyTheMan

    MickeyTheMan Security Expert

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    i regularly remove them all, but that is a manual task
     
  3. nameless

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    Beginning with version 2.05, this is done automatically by default. See the help file under Miscellaneous/History/"Version 2.05 04-11-2004".
     
  4. tosbsas

    tosbsas Registered Member

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    That's only half the truth :)-( That happens when you have reached the limit of apps being able to connect.

    That's one of the reasons Phantom left lns cause this limit is ......

    Ruben
     
  5. Phant0m

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    Version 2.05p2 10-05-2004

    Changes:

    * non-existing applications are now removed only if the number max of application is almost reached (this will solve some issues with connecting applications automatically created and deleted).

     
  6. nameless

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    I didn't see that; thanks for pointing it out. (I stopped using LNS for awhile after 2.05 came out, and only just came back to it.)

    I don't see the big problem with that, though I don't think it's really ideal, either. It would be nice if all applications were automatically removed by default, if their path becomes invalid, but be able to flag certain ones to never be removed automatically.
     
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