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I know, and after a few minutes I had changed back to the test updates with cleaner module 1199, but the registry keys still remain locked.

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On 8/11/2019 at 12:02 PM, itman said:

My cleaner module ver. is currently 1195 dated 6/10. I could have swore that it had been previously updated to 1198.

Check what ver. your cleaner module is. If its not 1198, you will have to switch to pre-release updates to get it.

My cleaner module version is also 1195 dated 6/10. I don't use Sandboxie and no issues to report - just confirming that this module has not been updated on my systems (one Win10, one Win7). But based on @Marcos comment, this seems to be intentional.

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12 hours ago, 100 said:

I know, and after a few minutes I had changed back to the test updates with cleaner module 1199, but the registry keys still remain locked.

See this posting: https://forum.eset.com/topic/20056-eset-issue-with-sandboxie-persistent-holding-of-registry-keys/?do=findComment&comment=99558 . Appears module 1199 falls into the PMFBNC catagory; pretty much fixed but not completely. 🤨

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12 hours ago, itman said:

See this posting: https://forum.eset.com/topic/20056-eset-issue-with-sandboxie-persistent-holding-of-registry-keys/?do=findComment&comment=99558 . Appears module 1199 falls into the PMFBNC catagory; pretty much fixed but not completely. 🤨

See this posting from me:

I didn't have any problems with 1199. The problem occurred with switching back to 1195 and unfortunately remains now after I am back to 1199 (without restarting the operating system). 1199 only protects against new locks but doesn't unlock existing ones.

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@itman I do confirm that the issue with ESET locking SandBoxie registry files do still occur with cleaner module 1199 but at the moment only when the "ESET Startup Scan" is active and I am closing a SandBox and this occurs sometimes but not rare.

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2 hours ago, Urashima Taro said:

@itman I do confirm that the issue with ESET locking SandBoxie registry files do still occur with cleaner module 1199 but at the moment only when the "ESET Startup Scan" is active and I am closing a SandBox and this occurs sometimes but not rare.

Eset scans the start files after every successful update.

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13 hours ago, 100 said:

Eset scans the start files after every successful update.

Could this feature be disabled until a formal resolution arrives?

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@100 Thank you.  This will do until ESET resolves this conflict with SandBoxie.

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On 8/21/2019 at 8:37 PM, Marcos said:

Switching to pre-release updates should install the latest version of the Cleaner module 1199. It's been already distributed to a group of users with regular updates, with the rest to follow within the next few days.

Tested today: Regular updates are still at 1195.

Does anyone with regular updates have a version above 1195?

Edit (09/21/2019): The cleaner version is officially still 1195 with the regular updates. :(

 

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The cleaner version is now 1200 with the regular updates.

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