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CLOSED Online Armor 6 causing programmes to halt for a while

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Since installing the free version I notice that some programmes seem to stall for a while. For instance I created an email in Outlook Express and then tried to send it. It is configured for automatic spell check. It hit the first word and then stalled, I could not exit the spell checker, It took some time before it went to the next word and then stalled on that, again I could not exit the spell checker, I just had to wait for the programme to do it’s own thing.

It’s not just with OE, I have had the same problem with word.

Are then any logs etc I can use to find out what is happening?

Running Msoft *STALL* Security essentials

I created this message in Word before pasting it online to the forum.

Word stalled at this point *STALL*, I opened Msoft Security essentials to check it was up to date, closed it and then word would not respond for a couple of seconds.

XP all updates

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Here is part of the Logfile the most recent events

Description Misc

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\winword.exe

OADriver: OpenProcess, 2620 -> 1928, Mask: 1F0FFF - 1F0414 - Deny (watched) 1928 - ctfmon.exe 2620 - winword.exe

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\winword.exe

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\winword.exe

OA: Cannot process online updates. Please check the internet connection settings or contact the support., , Socket Error # 10054, Connection reset by peer.

OADriver: Registry, PID: 1156, Act: 20, Idn: 0, Mask: \REGISTRY\USER\S-1-5-21-343818398-492894223-725345543-1003\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\LowRegistry\AddToFavoritesInitialSelection - Deny (rule) 1156 - msimn.exe

OADriver: Registry, PID: 1156, Act: 20, Idn: 0, Mask: \REGISTRY\USER\S-1-5-21-343818398-492894223-725345543-1003\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\LowRegistry\AddToFeedsInitialSelection - Deny (rule) 1156 - msimn.exe

C:\Program Files\Outlook Express\msimn.exe, Outgoing TCP access allowed to: xxxxxxxxxx

C:\Program Files\Outlook Express\msimn.exe, Outgoing UDP access allowed to: yyyyyyyyyyyyy

OADriver: SendMessage, 1156 -> 1600, Msg: 1049/419 - Deny (watched) 1156 - msimn.exe 1600 - explorer.exe

OADriver: OpenProcess, 3780 -> 1600, Mask: 40 - 0 - Deny (watched) 1600 - explorer.exe 3780 - winword.exe

OADriver: PostMessage, 1156 -> 1928, Msg: 49495/c157 - Deny (watched) 1156 - excel.exe 1928 - ctfmon.exe

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\excel.exe wants to get a list of the files C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\XLSTART\*

OADriver: OpenProcess, 3652 -> 1600, Mask: 40 - 0 - Deny (watched) 1600 - explorer.exe 3652 - winword.exe

OADriver: OpenProcess, 3172 -> 1600, Mask: 40 - 0 - Deny (watched) 1600 - explorer.exe 3172 - winword.exe

OADriver: OpenProcess, 1328 -> 1600, Mask: 40 - 0 - Deny (watched) 1328 - winword.exe 1600 - explorer.exe

OADriver: OpenProcess, 3104 -> 1600, Mask: 40 - 0 - Deny (watched) 1600 - explorer.exe 3104 - winword.exe

OADriver: PostMessage, 3700 -> 1928, Msg: 49495/c157 - Deny (watched) 1928 - ctfmon.exe 3700 - excel.exe

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\excel.exe wants to get a list of the files C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\XLSTART\*

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\excel.exe wants to create executable file C:\WINDOWS\ak8.xlb

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Addionally tabbing between Firefox and Excel results in a 3-4 second delay before Excel responds. It seems the firewall doesn't like Microsoft Office, what can I do apart from uninstalling the programme?

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Have you tried trusting Microsoft Office at some point? Your history entries indicate that at least some parts of Office are still set to Unknown (you should see salmon coloured entries for them in the Program's list that will change to green upon trusting them).

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