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robert.youdan

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    Online security and World Peace.
  1. There is a slight difference between the explanation in the Online Help and the Help Popup/Tooltip in Internet Security. The online help seems to suggest that a trailing * is required in order to exclude all files AND subfolders, whereas the Help Popup in the app implies that the asterisk (*) is not necessary. Please see attached screen shots. Could someone please let me know, categorically, which is correct? Is the single asterisk still required as it was in older versions?
  2. We seem to be having trouble identifying which windows are protected by ESET Banking & Payment protection. In Internet Explorer 11, for example, sometimes we see the thick green border, as well as the "SECURED BY ESET" flag near the top right. Sometimes, however, there is no border, but the word "ESET" appears prepended to the current page name, eg. "Account Summary - Internet Explorer" becomes "ESET - Account Summary - Internet Explorer". Is this enough to indicate we are protected, or do we need to see the thick green border and "SECURED BY ESET" flag at the top? Confused! Rob
  3. I recently upgraded two Android devices to EMS 3 and registered them with my.eset.com. I ran the test function on both devices, but only one completed. After a few days, the status of the other is still "Anti-Theft test started". Is there a way of restarting the test? The "Test" button is no longer available, and there is no activity available to download. Screen shot attached. Thanks in advance!
  4. It seems to cause other problems (Windows 7 64bit): Some shortcuts have their paths corrupted (usually prepended with C:\Users\blah blah) In my Eclipse Java development environment, ANT build scripts stop working (path and classpath corrupted) There could be other things... I have edited the environment variable and reduced it from 2079 spaces to 2000 spaces... so far so good.
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