Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by T772, Jan 2, 2006.
Just wondering? Or is it just possible to just disable the execution protection only?
Hi t772, Only disable PG if you trust the app your installing 100%. I right-click the tray icon,and disable protection.
Hi Tom & Happy New Year,
Yes! I always place PG in "learning mode" & remove all the checks from "global protection options." After the install & or re-boot, I enable PG's protection. I also disable RegDefend to install a new application.
And now back to the soggy Tournament of Roses
As a longtime user of ProcessGuard, everytime I installs a new program I set it into learning mode to avoid pop-ups coming out. This could be the first option... as I wrote letter to DCS and ask bout this, they said that its ok even if its not in a learning mode, just allow it when it ask you. And also they added that when installing program/s like Firewall, Anti-virus, or programs that affects operating system, or upgrading (example) from SP1 into SP2 then you have to disable ProcessGuard to avoid possibility of some conflicts.
Hi guys, will be member in the next few days, oh and by the way ''happy new year'', hope you had a goof Xmas, tom
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