Re: Why Does ZoneAlarm Pro Re-Ask Permissions??
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2004 07:46:46 GMT
On Fri, 25 Jun 2004 17:24:58 +1000, Avengerę wrote:
> Hi Group,
> I have ZAP Ver 3.5.169.002 installed on a stable XP Pro system. When I
> re-boot or re-start my Internet connection, ZAP re-asks for all
> permissions I have previously granted in a prior session.
> Anyone able to shed some light on why??
It was a known problem with earlier versions of ZA. To resolve it you need
to delete the rules database and let ZA recreate it. To do that uncheck the
'Load ZA at startup' and reboot your PC then go to the \Internet Logs
directory (it should be under \Windows) and delete *all* the files in ther
(keep any *.txt log files you may need) and restart ZA. It will ask for
authorisations for your programs again but should only happen the first
time. Don't forget to check the 'Load ZA at startup' option again so ZA
starts automatically at boot.
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