How do I prevent new command files from being auto-allowed?

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Win7 Pro 64bit
Online Armor Premium Edition version
OA is NOT in learning mode


How I replicate the issue
Open OA and look at program list the command file is NOT listed
copy the .CMD to HDD and execute
The .CMD file runs without OA asking permission
Program list now contains rename.cmd with status of Allowed



This seems dangerous.  Unfortunately, this behavior is inconsistent as OA will ask permission for new command files for days or weeks but then begin allowing new command file to execute by auto-adding them to the program list with an Allowed status.


What can I be doing wrong and how can this behavior be prevented?




PS, the primary command files being executed either get a directory listing and create a file or rename files.

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