Execution History

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  1. Tarnak

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    ... after a reset, the process events are gone. This was half an hour ago. Am I supposed to shutdown WSA and restart. If so, it does not seem logical.
     

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    It should continue to refresh automatically - does it not re-populate new programs after opening another one at this point? Could you also see what happens if you close/re-open that dialog?
     
  3. Tarnak

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    I did that before I posted the screenshot, i.e. open/close/re-open the dialog.;)

    Just checked, and still blank. No doubt if I reboot, it will resume normal function.
     
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    Thanks for the confirmation - I'll take a look here to see what's causing the issue.

    Let me know if you find anything else!
     
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    OK - thanks.
     
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    I suspect this is just related to clearing the list but I'll be investigating it closer shortly :)
     
  8. Tarnak

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    Just tried a clearance with v8.0.0.60, and did not need to reboot. :)

    From August 11 until a few minutes ago...13,000 entries.

    ScreenShot_WSA_Process Events_01.jpg

    ScreenShot_WSA_Process Events_02.jpg

    ScreenShot_WSA_Process Events_03.jpg
     
  9. Baldrick

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    Decided to be patient re. the loading of the information and at present the dialog says (after 5 minutes) "Loading 63,000 execution history events"...and counting :rolleyes:

    Edit: now 10 minutes & "Loading 111,000 execution history events"...and counting :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

    Edit: now 15 minutes & "Loading 207,000 execution history events"...and still counting :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :doubt:

    Edit: Think I will give up monitoring this and see if it ever completes :rolleyes: & provides useful information.
     
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  10. PrevxHelp

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    Wow :eek: Baldrick, I think you receive the award for the highest number of Execution History events :D Could you post a screenshot of your System Tools - Reports - Protection Statistics? I'm curious as to how many system events we've analyzed on there!
     
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    Hi Joe

    I was wondering about that. It eventually reported close to 300,000...but suffice to say that I have reset the report so that it can load somewhat quicker...and so can be somewhat more useful.

    Anyway...screenshot of stats as requested. :D

    Let me know what you think. ;) Have been running constantly since the early days of the alpha (and the Prevx4 beta before that).

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    :D Impressive - 9 billion events is definitely the highest I've seen :thumb:
     
  13. Baldrick

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    And building...as I have no intention of dropping WRSA. :D Perhaps I will get a mention in the Webroot Hall of Fame (if there is one)? ;)

    Also a testament of how good WRSA (& before it Prevx4) is as I have never had to uninstall it. Have just upgraded automatically through the alpha & beta stages. :cool:

    Cheers


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