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Online Armor and RadioTracker8

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Hi I have a program called RadioTracker 8 by Audials installed, and when you start the program up it loads up a whole lot of plugin dlls which it needs, when Online Armor checks these files the box comes up on the right hand side of the monitor where you can click on remember my decision and to trust the application which I have done. The thing is EVERY time that I load RadioTracker up Online Armor makes me go through the whole rigmarole of remembering the decision and trusting the same dll files all over again. Is there any way to stop this annoying problem of having to do the same old thing every time I want to run RadioTracker 8. There are about 10 .dll files that run when RadioTracker's plug-in manager runs but it's on the AOL.dll, and the Amazon.dll plug-ins I'm having this issue with. (The .dll files in the plug-ins are search dll files for searching for online radios etc). I have noticed though, that the files that I have to keep telling OA to remember still have the same name ie:AOL.dll, or Amazon.dll, but the numbers after them change every time that Radiotracker 8 loads the Plug-in manager part of the software. By this I mean that one time Amazon.dll is Amazon.dll_20101209_085122_083.rp, the next time it is Amazon.dll_20101209_085431_774.rp so obviously the first set of numbers is the current date, and according to Audials the last part has to do with the session for recording the stations hence the constant changing. Is there any way to get Online Armor to not keep asking for the remembering of the dll files, or could this be something that can be added to Online Armor in the future.

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Hi I have a program called RadioTracker 8 by Audials installed, and when you start the program up it loads up a whole lot of plugin dlls which it needs, when Online Armor checks these files the box comes up on the right hand side of the monitor where you can click on remember my decision and to trust the application which I have done. The thing is EVERY time that I load RadioTracker up Online Armor makes me go through the whole rigmarole of remembering the decision and trusting the same dll files all over again. Is there any way to stop this annoying problem of having to do the same old thing every time I want to run RadioTracker 8. There are about 10 .dll files that run when RadioTracker's plug-in manager runs but it's on the AOL.dll, and the Amazon.dll plug-ins I'm having this issue with. (The .dll files in the plug-ins are search dll files for searching for online radios etc). I have noticed though, that the files that I have to keep telling OA to remember still have the same name ie:AOL.dll, or Amazon.dll, but the numbers after them change every time that Radiotracker 8 loads the Plug-in manager part of the software. By this I mean that one time Amazon.dll is Amazon.dll_20101209_085122_083.rp, the next time it is Amazon.dll_20101209_085431_774.rp so obviously the first set of numbers is the current date, and according to Audials the last part has to do with the session for recording the stations hence the constant changing. Is there any way to get Online Armor to not keep asking for the remembering of the dll files, or could this be something that can be added to Online Armor in the future.

I had exactly the same thing happen to me with Microsoft Office, I was advised to reboot, click on learning mode, load Radiotracker fully, turn off learning mode. I haven't had one popup reminder since.

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I had exactly the same thing happen to me with Microsoft Office, I was advised to reboot, click on learning mode, load Radiotracker fully, turn off learning mode. I haven't had one popup reminder since.

Unfortunately I think that in the case described by the OP it won't work. Mainly because those dll files keep changing their names every time that RadioTracker8 loads its Plug-in manager. However I could be wrong...

As temporary workaround the OP may try excluding the program's dll forder in OA (options/exclusions) though.

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I uninstalled OA and went through the registry deleting all references to OA including any references to Emsisoft as well, then reinstalled OA after a reboot, at the moment it seems to have fixed whatever was wrong, but I will keep watching in case it re-appears. But so far so good. Thanks all for the input. Also but not even ihow do you disable the "ballon popups" saying OA is checking against oasis DB, as they are a little bit annoying.

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Also but not even ihow do you disable the "ballon popups" saying OA is checking against oasis DB, as they are a little bit annoying.

Hi, go to Programs/Otions: Notify when Online Armor contacts OASIS in realtime.

Then just untick the check-box.

(If you need more information: Online Armor Web Help)

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Nope no joy Audials RadioTracker has updated and the problem has reared its ugly head again continually asking to allow the plug-ins all the time, I have included a screen shot this time. I hope that this problem can be fixed one way or another. As pointed out earlier these plug-ins are for recording online radio etc so they will change with each new session, but I still shouldn't have to be asked to allow them every time I load RadioTracker up.

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Nope no joy Audials RadioTracker has updated and the problem has reared its ugly head again continually asking to allow the plug-ins all the time, I have included a screen shot this time. I hope that this problem can be fixed one way or another. As pointed out earlier these plug-ins are for recording online radio etc so they will change with each new session, but I still shouldn't have to be asked to allow them every time I load RadioTracker up.

Hi nugar,

If you locate Audials.exe in the Program's list and mark it as an installer, this should allow the program to do what it needs and stop these popups :)

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Thanks for that Catprincess, I had put the plugins manager folder with all the plugins in it, into the exclusions part of OA (Don't know if this is safe to do)which seemed to do the trick, but I will also mark Audials.exe as an installer just the same.

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You're welcomne :) Either way would work, but there would be no advantage to doing both. Excluding the plugins folder means that OA won't alert you for anything that wants to run from that folder. Marking Audial.exe as an installer means that any Unknown programs that Audial.exe wants to run will be allowed automatically. The methods are similar with slight differences.

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You should follow Catprincess' suggestions and mark Audial.exe as an installer, IMHO. As I stated in my previous post, excluding the plugins manager folder from OA protection is only a temporary workaround.

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