Process Guard 3 Beta Questions

Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by worldcitizen, Sep 20, 2004.

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  1. worldcitizen

    worldcitizen Registered Member

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    I have a couple of questions. If Pilli is around or Gavin or jason maybe you'd be able to answer as you've had more time with this.

    1. I've installed it and ticked everything except "Block New and Changed Programs' - will I be able to reboot? If it happened that I couldn't would I be able to access Safe Mode? Will any of the Global Proection Options stop me from booting or logging on? I won't reboot until I get an answer on this.

    2. What does it mean when the icon turns blue? (it's red now)

    3. I've just spent over an hour loading applications and adding some to PG - do I have to add them again when I log in to my wife's account? (I hope not)

    4. How do I save my settings in case of a re-install so I don't have to set it up all over again?

    5. Can I access PG from my wife's account also?

    Thanks in advance.

    Dave
     
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    Rebooting will be OK - Safe mode will work on the unlikely chance that normal boot does not work.

    Icon blue means there is an alert or series of alerts

    I believe they should be added to both but have not tried it personally

    The best way to save settings in this beta is to disable Process Guard temporally and copy pghash.dat & pguard.dat to another folder *\windows\system32 is where you will find them. Then re-enable PG.

    PG should show on your wifes desktop I believe.
     
  3. worldcitizen

    worldcitizen Registered Member

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    Thanks very much for that Pilli.

    Best

    Dave
     
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