Regdefend question

Discussion in 'Ghost Security Suite (GSS)' started by the mul, Feb 18, 2005.

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  1. the mul

    the mul Registered Member

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    I take it Jason that regdefend runs in the back ground and does not need to be active to protect the registry.
    Sorry if this is an obvious question.

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    The GUI needs to be active , when it is not, the driver will stop protecting the registry. So to answer your question, you must keep the GUI running for the protection to be enabled.
     
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    Thanks Jason, will this always be the case or will there be further improvements, where u dont need to keep the Gui active, as u may forget to activate it in the first place.

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    RegDefend will launch on startup, so you don't really need to forget about running it everytime your computer starts. It sits in the system tray using little resources. :)
     
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    Thanks Jason, I forgot about that setting in regdefend under options.
     

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