This is more of an irritation than a problem. Here's the scenario:
1 - Logged-in user, "Surfer", gets a ZoneAlarm alert and replies to either let the program have access to the Internet or not (Surfer's choice),
2 - Switch user to "Worker" and the same alert is showing as though Surfer didn't take care of the issue and even though Worker didn't do anything.
Related: I originally installed my Apache server (used for development & testing through localhost) for each and every user -- Apache Control Panel appeared in all users' system trays. Then I discovered how to install Apache as a system service as follows: I created a separate user, "Server", as part of the Users Group, and set policies to auto-loggon and run as a system service. I removed Apache from the startup for all the other users and, voila!, it works like a charm. Apache is running in its own user profile and the other users don't have the Apache Control Panel in their system trays.
Question: Can ZoneAlarm be set up like I set up Apache? (Note, I tried but it didn't work.)
Thanks, and thanks for the best firewall in the world.
Ciao -- Mark
Operating System:Windows XP Pro
Product Name:ZoneAlarm (Free)