Re: zonealarm problem new!!

From: charlie R (welpctSKIPME_at_psci.net)
Date: 09/09/05


Date: Fri, 9 Sep 2005 15:43:31 -0500


"DNA" <original_dnaNOSPAM@XYZyahoo.com> wrote in message
news:FriUe.17644$fb.8372@fe1.news.blueyonder.co.uk...
>
> "charlie R" <welpctSKIPME@psci.net> wrote in message
> news:dfq0tr$9gq$1@pscinews.psci.net...
> > > > Your idea of shutting down zap pro & then letting it restart
after
> > re-boot
> > > worked, thanks alot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> > >
> > >
> >
> > Glad it worked! Some other running program must be conflicting
with
> > it at shutdown. Does ZAP have several .temp files in the Internet
> > Logs folder on your C Drive? Those are created every time ZAP has
a
> > glitch. You can delete them, also the .txt logs unless you want
to
> > keep them. I also delete the tvdebug.log when it gets too large.
ZAP
> > creates that file to send to ZoneLabs if tech support requests it
when
> > trying to solve a problem. I don't figure that's likely to
happen. I
> > fix it myself. The rest of the files are necessary. Do the
cleanup
> > after you shut down ZAP. I've found that ZAP has less problems if
I
> > keep that folder light as possible. Thanks for posting back.
> >
> > charlie R
> >
>
> I have a file called "ZLT02015.TMP" in my "C:\WINNT\Temp", whenever
I try to
> delete it, I get a message that it is in use.
>
> Dee.

Those ZL files are put there by ZAP. If they're not deleted on
reboot, you can delete them after shutting down ZAP. Windows won't
let you delete a file while the App is running.

charlie R