Stopping autoblocking and setup for a novice

Discussion in 'ProcessGuard' started by carioca, May 6, 2006.

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  1. carioca

    carioca Registered Member

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    o_O Hi folks! How DO I stop autoblocking? How Do I set up ProcessGuard for a novice? Best Regards.Have a nice day! Carioca
     
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    sweater Registered Member

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    When you install some programs check first learning mode, then re-start while learning mode was still on, then use that newly installed program/s... and after that uncheck learning mode to enable protective mode. Another option is to disable ProcessGuard before installing some programs especially when you are installing Anti-virus, Firewall, or upgrading your system. Then set it to learning mode, after restart and have used them, set it to protection mode. Even if it's in protection mode, you can then allow that program every time it prompts as long as you recognized that it's really a known program and is not a malware. ;)

    There are some programs that tries to terminate or modify other programs even if it was set to learning mode but that's okay, it didn't affect that as long as your pc is working right. Programs like anti-virus, anti-spywares or anti-trojan will always tries to modify or terminate something, this was a trusted programs so it's ok to set it allow terminate/modify. :cool:
     
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