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EdTittel False positive on outdated Chrome installation
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I've got two directories on my boot drive (the only drive that PSI currently scans for me) named HarddiskVolumeShadowCopyXX (30 and 34 for XX on the drive). One of them is causing PSI to report that the version of Chrome installed therein is out of date (the snapshot is dated December 2014, so that's no surprise). My current actual install was just updated this morning. How do I get PSI to ignore these outdated snapshots?

Thanks!
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PS: I ended up using the VSSADMIN delete shadows command to remove the offending snapshot, and created a new pristine one to take over...

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Anthony Wells RE: False positive on outdated Chrome installation
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Hi ,

You can set an "ignore" rule for an individual file in the PSI version 2.x , but this facility was removed in version 3.x when you must set the rule for the entire folder .

Take care

Anthony

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