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IztokK
post 14.09.2012 17:41
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I found this error in Event. What is wrong with Chrome?

Event type: Processing error
Application\Name: CHROME.EXE
Application\Path: C:\USERS\XXX\APPDATA\LOCAL\GOOGLE\CHROME\APPLICATION\
Application\Process ID: 5932
Application\Options: "C:\Users\XXX\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe"
Component: File Anti-Virus
Result\Description: Processing error
Object: C:\USERS\XXX\APPDATA\LOCAL\GOOGLE\CHROME\User Data\Default\JumpListIconsOld
Object\Type: File
Object\Path: C:\USERS\XXX\APPDATA\LOCAL\GOOGLE\CHROME\User Data\Default\
Object\Name: JumpListIconsOld
Reason: Read error
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Bahamas
post 31.01.2013 21:48
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Try adding the following exception under Antivirus Protection => General Protection Settings -> Settings (under Exclusions & trusted zone) -> Add (under Exclusion Rules tab):

C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\


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Malc Dunn
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QUOTE(Bahamas @ 31.01.2013 20:48) *
Try adding the following exception under Antivirus Protection => General Protection Settings -> Settings (under Exclusions & trusted zone) -> Add (under Exclusion Rules tab):

C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\


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Hi - I added that exclusion in my central policy, which applies to my computer. But it didn't make any difference. It's not working when done via a policy. As mentioned previously, I could only get an exclusion to work for this when I applied it locally, before my PC was controlled by the central policy. Any other ideas?
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post 6.02.2013 13:21
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QUOTE(Malc Dunn @ 5.02.2013 12:39) *
Hi - I added that exclusion in my central policy, which applies to my computer. But it didn't make any difference. It's not working when done via a policy. As mentioned previously, I could only get an exclusion to work for this when I applied it locally, before my PC was controlled by the central policy. Any other ideas?



Hi Malc - please post the error message you are getting and any particulars that may be specific to your case - like the text used for your exception. We need to make sure your drive letter is the same.

Also, do you have any child policies or just the default policy ("Protection Policy")? In any event, make sure your setting for your policies under "Activity and Inheritance" are set appropriately. If the exception is in the parent policy make sure "Inherit settings from parent policy" is enabled. If the exception is only in the child policy but not in the parent policy then you may want to force it to use the child policy by enabling the "Force inheritance of settings in the child policies".

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post 6.02.2013 15:30
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QUOTE(Bahamas @ 6.02.2013 12:21) *
Hi Malc - please post the error message you are getting and any particulars that may be specific to your case - like the text used for your exception. We need to make sure your drive letter is the same.

Also, do you have any child policies or just the default policy ("Protection Policy")? In any event, make sure your setting for your policies under "Activity and Inheritance" are set appropriately. If the exception is in the parent policy make sure "Inherit settings from parent policy" is enabled. If the exception is only in the child policy but not in the parent policy then you may want to force it to use the child policy by enabling the "Force inheritance of settings in the child policies".

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Hi Bahamas,

Thanks for the advice. I've actually just now solved the problem. My default policy for workstations was using the exclusion C:\Users\$username%\... etc. My username is mdunn but my profile is at C:\Users\Malc. I think that may be because I had renamed my username at some point. So I've now changed the exclusion to be %userprofile%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\ which now prevents the error. Is it in general better to use %userprofile% for these types of exclusions, in case the profile is not the same name as the username or is not on C:?

Malc
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post 22.02.2013 19:42
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QUOTE(Malc Dunn @ 6.02.2013 05:30) *
Hi Bahamas,

Thanks for the advice. I've actually just now solved the problem. My default policy for workstations was using the exclusion C:\Users\$username%\... etc. My username is mdunn but my profile is at C:\Users\Malc. I think that may be because I had renamed my username at some point. So I've now changed the exclusion to be %userprofile%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\ which now prevents the error. Is it in general better to use %userprofile% for these types of exclusions, in case the profile is not the same name as the username or is not on C:?

Malc


Hi Malc,

Interesting that this worked for you. It has not solved it for me.
I see almost the same error from Java and Adobe Flash. I find it's usually the programs that auto update in the background that trigger this error.

/Nick
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