Questions on using PG v3.000

Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by Mike20041, Oct 6, 2004.

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  1. Mike20041

    Mike20041 Registered Member

    Jun 22, 2004
    I have 2 questions on the use of process guard

    1). I recently added new programs after a fresh Windows XP Home Edition XP SP2 Install and I was interested in resetting the security TAB list of applications back to default like PG v3 just got installed.

    Is it safe to remove all applications, then reboot with PG v3 in learning mode to restore those settings?

    2). When I choose to permitt a program always, then choose block new and changed programs after updates I always see Error "the handle is invalid". After I uncheck that the program runs fine.

    It seems like I cannot lock PG v3 because anytime I want to use Internet Explorer I have to unlock it, to open the program. I gave IE6 access always.
  2. Pilli

    Pilli Registered Member

    Feb 13, 2002
    Hampshire UK
    Use the "Reset to default" button.
    Put PG in learning mode and reboot.
    Remember that it takes two reboots now for learning mode to be switched off automatically.
    The first reboot to set up the basic system and the second after you have enabled any or all four of the general options. This ensures Process Guard learns and deals with the changes that the four general settings have on protected list items.

    Ensure that iexpore/exe is on the protection list with the following allows.
    Modify protected applications
    Read from protected applications
    Install global hooks
    Access physical memory

    Also ensure that you have the latest public beta 2 available in the DCS members area.

    HTH Pilli
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