I have some school reading and math programs that just will not function with ZAP running.
The manufacturer states that their software does not at any time access the internet, and that sometimes a firewall can keep the programs from running.
They also say which parts of the programs cause the interference, and I do see them become active in ZAP when I run the software (the green dots appear).
To hopefully "open things up", I gave both of them the 3 green bars, and green checkmarks for everything, but that didn't work.
When ZAP is shut down, the programs work fine, when ZAP is running, even with all permissions opened up, the programs fail to run past a certain screen.
Is there somewhere else in ZAP I can go to allow these to run?
Do I really
have to shut down ZAP to run them (and leave my internet connection by cable modem unguarded)?
Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Pro