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Thread: Permanently allow or deny with za10

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    Exclamation Permanently allow or deny with za10

    Just updated to za10, but now when it asks if I want to allow or deny a program access there is no choice to "remember".


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    Join Date
    Nov 2004

    Default Re: Permanently allow or deny with za10

    Yes, it is by design. Choices are automatically remembered.
    If you need to revert them you can do it from the Application control section --> View Programs.

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    Join Date
    Dec 2002
    San Carlos, California

    Default Re: Permanently allow or deny with za10

    In version 10 and above the new behavior for alerts since there is no longer a check box to remember the setting is:

    Program alerts: Both allow and deny are Remembered permanent.

    OS Firewall alerts: Allow is remembered permanent and deny is only for that session only.

    To clarify, session isnít referring to session of ZoneAlarm, but for the lifetime of the process.

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