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    Snarkley Guest

    Default Standalone Forcefield OK with Firefox 3.5.6?

    ZAPro 9.1.008.
    Windows Home XP SP3.

    I know that latest version of standalone Forcefield (1.5.53.49) will work with Firefox 3.5.5. What about Firefox 3.5.6 that just came out last week. Is it OK with standalone Forcefield? Thanks for input.

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    Default Re: Standalone Forcefield OK with Firefox 3.5.6?

    Yes,
    BUT always remember to turn OFF forcefield before updating firefox (or any of its plugin), this is the main reason for mulfunctions.

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    Default Re: Standalone Forcefield OK with Firefox 3.5.6?

    ZAXS 9.1.008.000
    Windows Home XP SP3.
    standalone Forcefield (1.5.53.4)

    Hi. I upgraded to ZAXS 9.1.008. Then I installed FF 3.5.6 (again) with the ForceField = OFF. After all of the installation was complete; Everything seemed to work ok except for the ZAXS's "ENABLE VIRTUALIZATION" setting in the ForceField Advanced Settings. If "ENABLE VIRTUALIZATION" is ON - I get the XULRUNNER Platform Error. If "ENABLE VIRTUALIZATION" is OFF, I can run FF 3.5.6

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    Default Re: Standalone Forcefield OK with Firefox 3.5.6?

    Quote Originally Posted by greyleaf View Post
    ZAXS 9.1.008.000
    Windows Home XP SP3.
    standalone Forcefield (1.5.53.4)

    Hi. I upgraded to ZAXS 9.1.008. Then I installed FF 3.5.6 (again) with the ForceField = OFF. After all of the installation was complete; Everything seemed to work ok except for the ZAXS's "ENABLE VIRTUALIZATION" setting in the ForceField Advanced Settings. If "ENABLE VIRTUALIZATION" is ON - I get the XULRUNNER Platform Error. If "ENABLE VIRTUALIZATION" is OFF, I can run FF 3.5.6
    If your using ZoneAlarm Extreme Security you are not using ForceField Version 1.5.053.049 (standalone), but this applies to you also.

    Read the following Sticky under ForceField at this link :

    http://forums.zonealarm.com/showthread.php?t=72370

    Footnote : After you Clear virtual data, you still have issues.In Firefox click F1 and under " What do you need help with? " Search tab.Type " XULRUNNER Platform Error " and look at the results.

    XP SP3
    Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9.1.6) Gecko/20091201 Firefox/3.5.6 (.NET CLR 3.5.30729)
    ForceField Version 1.5.053.049 (standalone)
    ZoneAlarm Security Suite version:9.1.008.000
    TrueVector version:9.1.008.000
    Driver version:9.1.008.000
    Anti-virus engine version:8.0.2.42
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    Last edited by Sky Soldiers; December 25th, 2009 at 09:19 AM. Reason: Footnote

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    Default Re: Standalone Forcefield OK with Firefox 3.5.6?

    Quote Originally Posted by fax View Post
    Yes,
    BUT always remember to turn OFF forcefield before updating firefox (or any of its plugin), this is the main reason for mulfunctions.

    Cheers,
    Fax
    Thanks. By turning Standalone Forcefield off, do you mean, unclicking "enable virtualization" as well as disabling the Forcefield plug-in via the Firefox add-ons manager? Otherwise there is no way to "turn it off." Does it need to be disabled at both of those places? thanks again.

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    Default Re: Standalone Forcefield OK with Firefox 3.5.6?

    Quote Originally Posted by Snarkley View Post
    Thanks. By turning Standalone Forcefield off, do you mean, unclicking "enable virtualization" as well as disabling the Forcefield plug-in via the Firefox add-ons manager? Otherwise there is no way to "turn it off." Does it need to be disabled at both of those places? thanks again.
    I'm assuming you are using ZAPro 9.1.008 with ForceField Version 1.5.053.049 (standalone).

    If this is the case.Always keep Virtualization enable and start on Windows Startup enable for standalone version only.

    In standalone version to Turn Off ForceField.On ForceField icon on system tray, right click and click " Exit " to Turn Off.

    To Turn On ForceField back on.Go to Start / All Programs / ZoneAlarm ForceField and click Start ForceField.It will load back into system tray.

    Browser Security Help Center

    Learn to use ForceField at this link :

    http://download.zonealarm.com/bin/fo...tml/wwhelp.htm

    Footnote : Also Clear virtual data frequently.When Firefox is close not while active.

    Other relevant links that might help with other issues at this links :

    http://forums.zonealarm.com/showthre...hybrid&t=69972

    http://forums.zonealarm.com/showthre...901#post270901

    Hope this helps.

    Have a nice Day
    Last edited by Sky Soldiers; December 25th, 2009 at 06:50 PM. Reason: paraphrase, added info & links

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    Default Re: Standalone Forcefield OK with Firefox 3.5.6?

    Quote Originally Posted by Snarkley View Post
    Thanks. By turning Standalone Forcefield off, do you mean, unclicking "enable virtualization".
    NO, I mean turning it off completely (in ZA Extreme --> Browser security --> OFF)

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