Sp3 and Shutdown..

Discussion in 'LnS English Forum' started by PnP, Oct 18, 2005.

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  1. PnP

    PnP Registered Member

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    Hi... I try in this days the new sp3... When PC shutdown stopped for some minutes than shutdown... I noticed that all the apps in systray closed even "lookstop"... Is it a know issue? Are there any fixes? Thanks to all in advice...
     
  2. sukarof

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    Just so you know, there is no official SP3 yet. The SP3 circulating on the net is not recommended to install.
     
  3. Thomas M

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    PnP,

    I was thinking to ask the same question. But not sure, if it is related to LnS!

    Both, my WinXp and my Win2k system needs some endless time (about 1 minute) for shutdown with LnS shutting down "FIRST" followed by the other applications in the system tray.

    If I would be a trojan horse I would log all wanted data from the user during the session. And when the shut-down command is executed, it seems to me that LnS closes first! So I (the trojan horse) could send out my data without any prevention from the firewall.
    Hopefully no bad guys here getting my idea ;)

    Thomas :)
     
  4. Frederic

    Frederic LnS Developer

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  5. PnP

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    Hi.. Thanks you so much for help... I resolve my problem but not with your solution only try to exclude LnS from NOD and now work perfect with fast boot and shutdown...
     
  6. Thomas M

    Thomas M Registered Member

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    Frederic,
    Your suggested tool perfectly does its job on my Win2K machine :)

    Thanks a lot for this hint!

    Thomas :)
     
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