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    Default Protected Alert for indexing service filter

    I have just upgraded to ZASS to 8.0.298. I am getting a Protected Alert every few minutes saying "Program Indexing Service Filter Deamon - trying to modify winsysdir/zonelabs/avsys/bases. When the number of alerts gets to 500 it reaches a maximum. I finally checked don't notify me again and OK. What was this all about? I have never seen this before.

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    <BLOCKQUOTE><HR>jimhaynes wrote:
    I have just upgraded to ZASS to 8.0.298. I am getting a Protected Alert every few minutes saying "Program Indexing Service Filter Deamon - trying to modify winsysdir/zonelabs/avsys/bases. When the number of alerts gets to 500 it reaches a maximum. I finally checked don't notify me again and OK. What was this all about? I have never seen this before.

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

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    jimhaynes Guest

    Default Re: Protected Alert for indexing service filter

    GeorgeV,
    Sorry but that thread does not address the message &quot;Program Indexing Service Filter Deamon - trying to modify winsysdir/zonelabs/avsys/bases.&quot; ZA is set in the Learning Mode.

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