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#1 vag32

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Posted 14 September 2016 - 01:21 AM

Hi,
 
My Windows 7 is encrypted with VeraCrypt, but I think because of real time protection may have affected an encrypted partition.
 
Well, I had to perform a restore and this partition would not open without the Wise installed received a message that is "System Event Notification Service" can not be started.
 
Does "real time protection" function could be affected? Anyway it came only happen when installed Wise Care.

 


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#2 xilolee

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Posted 15 September 2016 - 02:52 PM

Hi vag32. :-)
 
I'm not sure to have understood you (maybe yes, maybe not).
You can find blocked or allowed applications by WiseCare365 "Real-time System Protection" in config_tray.ini, under [APPFILTER].
I'm using the portable version and I have that file in Wise Care 365 portable folder.
I think if you're using wise care 365 installed version, that file could be in its installation folder.
 
Example ( allowed have =1 at the end):

 

[APPFILTER]
C:\Windows\System32\wbem\WmiPrvSE.exe=1
D:\Applicazioni\Emsisoftemergencykit\BIN64\a2emergencykit.exe=1
C:\Program Files (x86)\MBAM\mbam.exe=1


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Posted 16 September 2016 - 02:43 PM

Hi vag32. :-)
 
I'm not sure to have understood you (maybe yes, maybe not).
You can find blocked or allowed applications by WiseCare365 "Real-time System Protection" in config_tray.ini, under [APPFILTER].
I'm using the portable version and I have that file in Wise Care 365 portable folder.
I think if you're using wise care 365 installed version, that file could be in its installation folder.
 
Example ( allowed have =1 at the end):

 

I'm now using only the portable version without Real Time Protection enabled. Until the moment, everything is fine.



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Posted 18 September 2016 - 07:40 AM

Thanks xiolee.

 

@vag32,

I'm not sure your problem is caused by system protection. I did a test in the virtual Windows 7 (vmware workstation 12, Windows 7 32bit), install VeraCrypt 1.18a, then Encrypt the system partation or entire system drive - Normal - Encrypt the whole drive - Encryption of host protected area (No) - Single-boot - Encryption options (AES, SHA-265) - set password and use PIM

But, everything is okay.

If you don't want to use system protection, you can disable it.


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Posted 18 September 2016 - 02:18 PM

Hi,

I'm using it as a portable version now for preocaução and with system protection turned off. Ah! How to use portable, if you have an update you need to install locally in order to regenerate the portable version?

Thank you very much



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Posted 19 September 2016 - 05:05 AM

Yes.

Or, you can download the lates portable version from http://downloads.wis...WiseCare365.zip


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