I use ZA free firewall with WinXP Home.
I've just done a clean install of ZA on my old laptop (thus overwriting all previous settings).
I hardly use this laptop, so I'm now doing my Windows Updates.
During the updates (right now), "Suite Execution Toolkit Executable" is asking for permission to access the trusted zone.
I use this laptop at home. There is no home network. So I don't believe that any program needs to access my trusted zone. Is this correct?
I denied access to "Suite Execution Toolkit Executable", and now the Windows Update dialog is sitting doing nothing. Do I need to allow access to "Suite Execution Toolkit Executable"?
Please note. I'm not asking whether "Suite Execution Toolkit Executable" is a trusted program. I know it is
I'm asking why it needs to have access to my trusted zone. (As a general question, why does *any* program need access to my trusted zone?)