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  1. Pissed-off former customer, tired of being IGNORED!

  2. No reply needed. I'm getting a refund for this product that completely lacks support.
  3. No reply needed. I'm getting a refund for this product that completely lacks support.
  4. I'm simply trying to figure out what the various tray icons for a2guard.exe represent, and if something is wrong on my setup based on what I'm seeing here. I've surmised that (because of the /d=60 command line parameter that is used by default) at startup, the tray icon displays a red square in a white circle until the 60 second delay expires. Then, the icon turns into a plain shield (unless an update is being performed, in which case animated green arrows display briefly). So... After my system has been running a long time, why would my tray icon turn back into the one with the red square in a white circle? Lately that's all I ever see, unless I close a2guard.exe and relaunch it. The icon shows the red square/white circle even when I have all features enabled, so it's not that something is turned off. And updates are coming in just fine. I don't get it.
  5. I have already posted a reply to it--the day after posting it.
  6. Wow--I can't get a reply here or by submitting a support ticket.
  7. I'm using a-squared Anti-Malware on WinXP Pro SP3. According to the help file, silent mode should behave as follows: When I enable a scheduled scan with the silent mode option enabled, though, I still get an a2scan.exe window. The window appears as soon as the scan begins--it does not appear only after a detection. And when the scan is complete, the window stays open. This issue seems only to occur when I specify a "Scan Settings File". When I leave that text box blank (which, as I understand, results in a "Smart Scan" being run), a2scan.exe runs as it should (i.e. invisibly). Bug? Please advise.
  8. You confused me with this: I thought you were saying that right clicking the detection list, and using the popup menu that appears, is a way to add specific files and registry entries to the whitelist. Fabian confirms that this is not the case: I get it now, and I guess that's all that matters. My original fear is confirmed... It has to be done the hard way...
  9. But when I right click files in the scan results, and select the whitelist option, then view the whitelist, the exclusion has been added as a malware name, never as a file path... It's the same with registry keys; right clicking as mentioned above adds an entry to the whitelist based on malware name, not the registry key. And if I manually copy/paste the registry path into the whitelist, it doesn't work (the registry key is still detected).
  10. I'm a brand new user, please forgive me a simple question or two. I've finished a scan, and would like to whitelist some of the detections listed. I don't want to whitelist based on the malware identification; I would like to whitelist by file path. The help documentation (the CHM and the site) says: But contrary to what that says, this function actually adds the selection to the whitelist by malware definition, not by file path. I realize I can go to Manage whitelist and add files there, but I have quite a few files to add, and that would be very cumbersome. And also--how can registry keys/values be whitelisted? In summary: 1. Is Manage whitelist the only way to add files? 2. Is there any way to whitelist registry keys/values?