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I have the system running tip top as it is and I downloaded a game from another site, not the site that is banned but everytime I download a table there, today it was space mission, it changes my screenres.txt. I am now setting up VPX for the 1 tables I have Hurcules, I tried it in VPX and fine but while looking at the files in visual pinball, I saw a screenres.txt file which is not set the same as the one in the tables folder. I am going to delete it as I just backed up the entire pinball related stuff and I think the file I found is the culpret than messes things up. I am just updating my progress as I go but it is odd to find yet another screenres.txt file.Well I just deleted the file and now setup VPX. Later, vic
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Weird, nothing write to the .txt files you are talking about. That file is just readable.... you can "edit it" by the Editor exe or by opening in notepad for example and editing it. But a table, b2s, vpx, vp9, vpinmame, etc etc ... NO, never.
When I download a zip or rar or whatever for a table I don't extract it into my tables folder for just this reason, I open it elsewhere and copy just the files I need. A lot of tables, especially older ones, came bundled with a screenres.txt file which you definitely don't want to overwrite your default one.
This hotfix enables the SQLMIGRATION.LOG in the OfficeScan XG Service Pack 1 server. By default, the SQLMIGRATION.LOG file is in the "\PCCSRV\Admin\Utility\SQL" folder on the OfficeScan server installation directory.
Some unexpected hostname IPs may be resolved during the drag-and-drop and open file dialog upload for supported web services and "facebook.com" IP resolution is not supported during browser file upload.
Solution This hotfix updates the DLP module to enable it to first check if a hostname belongs to the supported web services list before attempting to resolve the IP address during the drag-and-drop and open file dialog upload. This hotfix also adds support for "facebook.com" in the supported web services list.
When an OfficeScan XG client performs the "Clean" action on certain backup files, it may also transfer the files to the "Virus" folder. The files in this folder are sent to the OfficeScan server along with quarantined files.
Solution This hotfix prevents OfficeScan XG clients from saving a copy of cleaned BR0 to BRF backup files, for example XXX.BR0, XXX.BR1, XXX.BR2 to XXX.BRF, in the suspected virus folder. This ensures that cleaned files are not sent to the OfficeScan server.
Users may experience long loading times for websites when Web Reputation is enabled. This happens because OfficeScan XG agents that use a Proxy Auto-Configuration (PAC) file to establish proxy connection with a Smart Protection Server do not connect to the expected proxy.
Solution The hotfix updates the "Synchronize" registry key in the Misc file for Client/Server Communication so that when it is set to "0", the agent will connect to the OfficeScan server under the scenario described above.
When users perform a fresh installation of an OfficeScan agent with conventional scan mode using an "*.exe" package or the "AutoPcc.exe" file, the system does not generate some registry keys required by the Predictive Machine Learning feature.
Solution This hotfix enables OfficeScan agents to always check the "EnableSampleSubmission" key and apply the correct setting so that these agents do not send out sample files when sample submission is disabled.
When an OfficeScan client detects a sample virus file (EICAR.COM), it may not be able to send the file to the OfficeScan server. This happens when a Windows socket error prevents it from extracting the correct IP address.
Solution This hotfix updates the OfficeScanNT real-time scan ("Ntrtscan.exe") function and enables the real-time scan to go through the correct process, ensuring that the real-time scan accesses and scans files located on network drives.
For example:[Global Setting]
Save the changes and close the file.
Open the OfficeScan web console and go to the "Agents > Global Agent Settings" screen.
Click "Save" to deploy the setting to agents. The OfficeScan server deploys the command to OfficeScan agents and set the following registry entry on all OfficeScan agent endpoints:
Value: For example: 0x00008000 (32768)
Value: For example: 0x00000040 (64)
When the OfficeScan agent detects a virus/malware, it may not be able to move the quarantined file to the OfficeScan server. This happens when the OfficeScan agent could not resolve the hostname of the OfficeScan server properly.
Copying files from a shared folder to a USB flash drive may generate multiple copies of forensic data in the DLP forensic quarantine folder which may eventually take up too much disk space in both the OfficeScan server and client computers.
Solution This hotfix resolves the issue by ensuring that the server migration tool retrieves the Behavior Monitoring settings of the root/domain level from the correct configuration file (ofcscan.ini).
This critical patch updates the OfficeScan server files to enable the OfficeScan server to receive response headers with empty Internet Information Server(IIS) version. This helps prevent "OfcEdgeAgent.exe" from stopping unexpectedly while registering or unregistering to the OfficeScan Edge Relay server.
In certain environments, the Behavior Monitoring feature may add the "csrss.exe" file to the kernel exception later than expected which can then cause an interoperability issue that can trigger OfficeScan agent computers to stop unexpectedly.
Solution This critical patch updates the OfficeScan server files to ensure that the OfficeScan agent domain name information on the Control Manager server web console is updated promptly after any changes in the information on the OfficeScan web console.
In certain environments, an interoperability issue occurs between the Behavior Monitoring feature and "rdbss.sys" while the engine collects file information from a UNC path. This may cause a massive performance issue.
An interoperability issue between the 64-bit OfficeScan agent and the 64-bit "unzip.dll" file prevents a 64-bit agent from loading "unzip.dll" and triggers it to reset the "ClientConsoleZipTimeStamp" registry key to "NULL". When this happens, the agent will automatically decompress "ClientConsole.zip" during startup which may cause a performance issue.
This hotfix provides a way to configure OfficeScan to keep track of when USB storage devices are plugged into OfficeScan agent computers. These events are recorded in the "UsbInsert_yyyymmdd.log" file on the OfficeScan server "\PCCSRV\Log" folder.
NOTE: To disable the setting, set this key to "0".Save the changes and close the file.
Open the OfficeScan web console and go to the "Agents > Global Agent Settings" screen.
Click "Save" to deploy the setting to agents. The OfficeScan server deploys the command to OfficeScan agents and adds the following registry entry on all OfficeScan agent computers:
NOTE: The "Device" field is optional, if there is no device type listed in the CSV file, it will be treated as "USB Storage Devices".
Copy the CSV file to the Control Manager server in the "\Trend Micro\Control Manager\WebUI\WebApp\widget\repository\widgetPool\product\OSCE\" folder and rename the CSV file as "dc_dev_exception.csv".
This hotfix provides a way to configure OfficeScan to regularly delete quarantined files in the "\PCCSRV\Virus" folder on the OfficeScan server installation directory according to the "Logs to Delete" and "Log Deletion Schedule" settings in the "Log Maintenance" page on the OfficeScan web console.
This hotfix provides a way to configure OfficeScan to keep track of when USB storage devices are plugged into OfficeScan agent computers. The logs can be queried in the Device Control violations on the Control Manager server console. These events are also recorded in the "UsbInsert_yyyymmdd.log" file on the OfficeScan server "\PCCSRV\Log" folder.
An issue prevents the DLP module from blocking the transmission of sensitive information through a RAR file that was compressed from a certain hierarchy directory with a directory name that contains Chinese characters.
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