Re: Date Modified of files (timestamp) not working
Someone sent me a link to this thread so I am going to jump in (I am still having connection problems so is taking 10 minutes).I think this may be a case of your security is turned down too tight. I recently had a problem with Electron Microscope III which monitors the folding@home console clients running on both my machine and the other one on my network. Turned out to be the problem was I had settings incorrect. This newest incarnation of ZoneAlarm has really gone a long way in securing your computer both internally and externally. So my suggestion is one of two things,If you do not use the expert rules, then reset your settings database for ZoneAlarm by first turn off ZA (turn off your internet connection if it is on) by right clicking on the ZA icon in the system tray and selecting shutdown then go to c:\windows and create a new folder named oldlogs then go to c:\windows\internet logs and then move all the files that have an RDB or ldb extension to the oldlogs folder that you created. Now start ZA again and see if ZA is working correctly now, especially the date problem. Leave the program control on medium for a while so it will learn your habits. Also I suggest using the settings suggested by the smart defense advisor, it has gotten to be a lot better the longer it is used, and the more data ZoneLabs can compile. If you do use the expert rules for programs in ZA, go to the program list in ZA and select all the programs in ZA that do not have customized expert rules for, and then click delete, the go to the components tab and select everything there and then select delete.Set the program control on medium for a while so it will learn your habits. Also I suggest using the settings suggested by the smart defense advisor, it has gotten to be a lot better the longer it is used, and the more data ZoneLabs can compile. In both cases, you can backup the settings in ZA so you will have something to go back to. If you do either set of instructions, please post the results so we can refine the instructions so such drastic actions will not be necessary. You can post either her or over at CastleCops on the thread http://castlecops.com/t158890-ZAP_di...ied_files.html. I tend to answer more over there, as I can turn more graphics off there than here, so pages load faster. Hopefully I will be getting my wireless soon, they have some setbacks, and it will be sometime in the next 2 weeks, if all goes well.
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