First, some system info: MS XP Pro SP2 / Explorer 7.0 / ZASS 7.0.462.0Have ATT
(Description: D-Link WDA-1320 Desktop Adapter) connectionbut I use AOL, not Yahoo!
Should TrueVector (vsmon.exe) be listed in Programs section of
my ZASS?If so, what settings should it be given?
Does waol.exe need server rights?
When I sign out of AOL and am taken back
to my Desktop screen, I get a HIGH alert because waol.exe wants to communicate
with zlclient.exe by opening its process.
I trust AOL, and I
always click ALLOW,
but I haven't
been clicking Remember
This Setting.

I am using an America Online 9.0 shortcut to connect to AOL.
It is aol.exe.Does it need server rights because on ocassion I have problems with it?
What about lsass.exe?
And zlclient.exe?
And C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost?
This one is presently showing as Super, and is allowed everything but email.
Did an instructions-based reset several days ago, and all seemed much better;but I think I should have left Auto-Learn on instead of going to Maximum.Once in a while the TrueVector-related alert
freezes after I've signed in
and the ZA icons appear.
waol.exe is involved with that
too, and I
get a HIGH alert relating to svchost.exe after the vsmon.exe one

Can I go back to Auto-Learn without doing
another reset?
Should I?
If I click
ALLOW quickly enough on these program-interaction alerts,
things continue amicably.
Perhaps I should be satisfied
and just put up with having to click ALLOW.
Looked at Help for Programs, but it only added to my confusion.
Thank you, Brian S.

Operating System:Windows XP Pro
Software Version:7.0
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite