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Thread: "No Enforcement" setting. Does it apply to everything?

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    officiallyme Guest

    Default "No Enforcement" setting. Does it apply to everything?

    If I set the trust level of a program to "no enforcement" but deny the program e.g. to send emails in the column on the right, will it be denied permission to send emails or will it be able to?

    i.e. will "no enforcement" override everything or will the basic rules like internet access and trusted zone access still apply?

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    prof_fate Guest

    Default Re: "No Enforcement" setting. Does it apply to everything?

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    officiallyme Guest

    Default Re: "No Enforcement" setting. Does it apply to everything?

    Why? Does nobody except Zonelabs know?

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    Default Re: "No Enforcement" setting. Does it apply to everything?

    email control is completely seperate from the internet access
    so if you tell a program it can connect to the net but can not send email it will do just that
    changing the trust level will not affect any other settings

    edit: rephrase

    Message Edited by robdog on 12-23-2008 09:21 PM
    thanks robdog
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