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  1. Well, i followed this procedure: - Disabled file anti-virus. - added the program parent folder (with subfolders) in "scan exclusions and trusted applications / scan exclusions". - added the program itself in "scan exclusions and trusted applications / scan exclusions". - added the program itself in "scan exclusions and trusted applications / trusted applications". - Re-enabled file anti-virus (i disabled it at first because KES wouldn't let me select it in order to add it to exclusions!). KES is still blocking it! I can't imagine what KES finds and decides to block this program. It's a 28K exe, should i sent it for examination? I can send it along with the source code (less than 100 lines - blanks counted!) and an external dll it uses.
  2. Hi Nikolay, So in order to be sure i understand correctly, this means that if a virus somehow affects a "Trusted" exe, it will be allowed to perform whatever it wants, or it will just NOT be scanned by the Heuristics algorithm?
  3. Hi. I'm maintaining VB6 applications and i'm facing an issue where if i compile a new program, most of the time KES is detecting it as a "HEUR:Trojan.Win32.Generic". Opening KES and re-scanning the EXE, it passes as OK but trying to execute it, i get an Access Denied. The program is a few lines nad it's completely safe, it just uses an external COM control. I wouldn't like to have to submit the EXE to Kaspersky for approval or something. Apart from excluding the whole folder from scanning (which i don't consider to be safe), is there anything else i could do? Win7SP1x64 KES 10.3.0.6294 AES256
  4. In this image: If i have the list sorted by "Application" column and rightclick / move a file to another group, after the move, the list seems not to be sorted by "Application" any more.
  5. Hi. This behavior i'm describing is not on KSC but on KES on my PC.
  6. I've also performed those two steps on files "EncoderServer.exe" and "EncoderServer64.exe", still without any luck.
  7. Win7 SP1 KES 10.3.0.6294 AES256 MSI AfterBurner 4.3.0.9267 When recording a video using MSI Afterburner, no sound is recorded. Completely disabling KES (pause protection), solves this issue. As instructed in a similar case in this thread, i tried the following without any luck. 1. Disable Device Control. 2. Moved msiafterburner.exe, rtss.exe and rtsshooksloader64.exe to Trusted group 3. On the above 3 EXEs, i checked "Do not monitor application activity", "Do not inherit restrictions of the parent process", "Do not monitor child application activity" in Exclusions Anything else i could try?
  8. Win7 SP1 KES 10.3.0.6294 AES256 Going to Application Control Rules, i decided to sort the on-screen list not by Group (as is the default) but by name. The list was sorted nicely, however after i rightclick on an item and move it to another group (let's say it was on low-restricted and i put it to Trusted), the list becomes unsorted / messed-up. On a sidenote, the list scrolls up/down very slowly when many items exist in it, because for each application it tries to load and show its actual icon. There should be an option somewhere to disable that and either show no icon for apps, or show a default icon. Also, there should be a quicksearch filter field in the top of the window for quickly finding the desired application.
  9. Well, the problem is solved but it doesn't feel right to have to mark as "trusted" a not-so-well-known program just because it launches a known one. To be more clear, i more-or-less trust Seaside, i've been in contact with its developer about a problem and he was very helpful and polite. My concern is more general. With other applications, this procedure might make me feel uncomfortable, specifically the "Do not monitor application activity" and "Do not monitor child application activity" settings. Anyway, these are my concerns. The actual problem is solved. Thanks for the help.
  10. OK, i was not saving the changes in the groups. Final report: if i move Seaside (without applying any additional exclusions) to the Trusted group, Skype works fine. EDIT: Is this procedure how it is supposed to work though? It doesn't feel right...
  11. Give me some time please, my last post may be wrong...
  12. I moved it. Configure same exclusions you proposed on Skype to Seaside too? I tried even this, but it still does not work.
  13. OK, now we're getting somewhere. I found the cause of the problem and what is (perhaps, you'll say) a bug in KES. When i execute Skype from an Explorer window, it works fine! I have multiple Skype accounts and in order to be able to connect to all of them, i'm using this tool (SeaSide). When i execute Skype from within this tool, the microphone does not work, even though i have applied all of your suggestions in the previous post (i'm talking especially about the "Do not inherit restrictions of the parent process" one). Since i have checked that, shouldn't everything work fine, even though Seaside is in the "Low restricted" group, and Skype is in the "Trusted" group?
  14. It doesn't seem to have an effect. What does seem to have an effect is the "Application Privilege Control". When i disable this, Skype microphone works. Changing any of its subsettings has no effect though. You have to disable the whole "Application Privilege Control" for Skype microphone to work.
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