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  1. I'm having problems connecting to the internet from a VM when OA is installed/enabled. If I disable OA and use the Windows Firewall instead, internet access works correctly in the VM. I have about 15 VMware "programs" set as trusted, including vmnetbridge.sys, vmci.sys, vmware-authd.exe. The guest on the VM is LinuxMint 17 Cinnamon 64-bit. Networking is Bridge mode. I tried NAT, but when I use that I can't even connect to my network. Host is Win7 64-bit. OA is Free Any suggestions welcome. Thanks
  2. Hi all, I can't run Starbound when Online Armor is running - OA is blocking something, causing Starbound to throw access violation errors - I think for every file it needs to access. Launcher.exe and starbound.exe are both in the programs as trusted. Launcher.exe was listed in ports, and I tried adding an additional port that the starbound forums said was needed. I tried adding a specific starbound URL to domains. Nothing has worked except disabling OA. Any suggestions welcome.
  3. Thanks catprincess, Do you mean shutting down OA every time I want to run the VM? Or just once? I already tried excluding the VM path and VMWare Player path, and that didn't work. Although I don't think I restarted my computer...might try that and see if it makes a difference.
  4. Hi, Online Armor Free seems to be blocking vmci.sys, although the GUI shows it as Allowed and Trusted. When I terminate OA, VMWare Player logs into my VM correctly. When OA is running I get the error: Could not get vmci driver version: The handle is invalid. You have the incorrect version of driver "vmci.sys". Try reinstalling VMWare Player. Module DevicePowerOn power on failed. I tried changing a VMWare setting in the VMX file to False, which allows the VM run, but this entirely disables networking which is not a workable solution. Any suggestions on how to fix this? Running: Window 7
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