Discussion in 'sandboxing & virtualization' started by Cutting_Edgetech, Feb 14, 2011.
I'm still getting that pop-up, where's the updated package he fixed?
I just tried it from the site and I still get that message
On its change history
But I can't find mentioned of support for GPT. Can you show where it's indicated?
No I can't but I answered based on others comments about UEFI/GPT support.
You can read some posts/pages back.
Version 22.214.171.1248 - January 1, 2015
Fixed: A memory access violation.
Fixed: Can't recognize licenses in lower case.
Fixed: Suppress an annoying window when placing EFI partition in Shadow Mode.
Fixed: Some minor bugs.
Tony does not give such small questions to attention (a detailed description of compatibility and system requirements).
Thank you very much
Is putting files in the exclusion list a good idea?
I suppose excluding files without exiting Shadow Mode could be for reason like auto updating its version and/or definitions.
However, if it's like the recent CCleaner malware infection incident then excluding it will be like punching a hole in SD. In this case a reboot of SD will be of no help, right?
Is this the one the developer talked about compatibility with the FCU? Thanks
@Overkill and others, are you still getting that pop-up?
did not see pop-up #5262
Updated setup MD5Sum is d948dd85b8edb5391a5e04e274533558 *SD126.96.36.1992_Setup.exe
File size: 3.33 MB (3,489,048 bytes)
MD5 checksum: D948DD85B8EDB5391A5E04E274533558
SHA256 checksum: B4E7960EF248B8A35F8CD33962DAE252E33D177822C9E8DBF40FDFBFE9E2E850
Try to put these files in exceptions: Favicons and Login Data
Is SD compatible with (EAM + HMPA)?
Any files/folders/registry entries for (EAM + HMPA) need to be excluded in SD and vice versa?
Are these exclusions, if any, for compatibility, software version update and/or definition updates?
I can answer for EAM and SD only.
No issues at all and I exclude nothing.
Why do you ask about exclusion? You'll work in permanent Shadow Mode? More adequate is to make exclusion in AV apps to avoid unproper action on SD proces and service.
So do I need to exclude SD in HMPA? If yes, what are the files/folders needed?
I think it should be whole folder of SD in Program Files that includes every important files/processes. That's the easiest way and my exclusion of SD made in SpyShelter looks in such way and I don't need create separate rules for single process/action.
Is SD concerned of meltdown/spectre windows patches like Sandboxie?
Hope someone can / will provide an answer.
In terms of going in and out of shadow mode with 2 Win 10 machines, I haven't perceived any apparent anomalies, including the use of the RAM as write cache. If something untoward is happening under the hood it is up to Tony to judge.
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