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MaritimeRider ignore list
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I have not paid attention to the ignore list because I had only one program posted there. However, today I expanded my window, the ignore list opened wider
and I was surprised to discover 13 old programs listed. This may have been done when I had my OS reinstalled. No harm done but I would like to delete the list in one step without my security level showing I have all these insecure files. Can I do this simply and if so how

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Maurice Joyce RE: ignore list
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Are they on the C drive?

If not,what drive are they on & what does that drive do? Backup only? Reinstallation?

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MaritimeRider RE: ignore list
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Thks for responding. I had to leave the site this pm so I apologize for my tardy response.It is the C drive that all my active work is located and F is for reinstall and backups. I will be away from the site for the rest of today but I check the site on a daily basis.
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Maurice Joyce RE: ignore list
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OK - but which drives are the 13 programmes on? If they are on the F drive U can create a global ignore rule - they have no exposure & are perfectly safe.

Clearly if on the C drive they need action. I will need the installation paths for these to help further.

CREATING A GLOBAL IGNORE RULE
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1.Click on the SETTINGS tab>scroll to the bottom & click on CREATE IGNORE RULE

2.In the RULE NAME BOX insert something like MY BACKUP DRIVE

3.In the RULE BOX type F:\

4.Click SAVE IGNORE RULE>CLOSE

All drives will continue to be scanned by default but the result from the drives ignored will not be published.


Updated by MJJ February 2010

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MaritimeRider RE: ignore list
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Many thks.Maurice. A simple resolution. I like that. :) I was visualizing a conundrum of directions. I am pleasently pleased.Until next time>safe surfing.
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