Started by SHJordan, July 19, 2010, 03:27:29 PM
Quote from: jeremy.collake on July 19, 2010, 05:36:09 PMI am still investigating what is causing this to occur on some systems. To check to see if Process Lasso will be starting at login, open the Windows 'Task Scheduler' (re: not Task Manager). This Task Scheduler will show tasks scheduled to start at login and upon other events. You can manually create an entry for Process Lasso if you wish.Alternatively, you can re-run the installer and select 'Normal' rights instead of 'Highest' rights. This will allow Process Lasso to start normally, as it uses the registry instead of the Task Scheduler when run with Normal rights (because there is no need to use the Task Scheduler).I hope to have this resolved in an alpha/beta build very soon.Thank you
Quote from: jeremy.collake on July 19, 2010, 05:54:29 PMHi,This page will give you a good tutorial, step by step: http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/window-on-windows/?p=616 I wonder if the problem is your user account permissions, as that seems the most likely cause of the failure to automatically create this entry for you. If your user account is one of a 'Limited user', then you may want to try installing Process Lasso with a user account that has administrative rights. Another possibility is third-party security software on your computer may be interfering. Process Lasso is well tested on Windows 7, so it isn't a problem seen by everyone (though I have had other reports of it). That is just a guess as to why it failed though. It is new code and I'm still working on it.You can also switch to the older final build, v3.84.6. This build will run with Highest Rights at startup, but will show UAC prompts.Thanks
Quote from: jeremy.collake on July 19, 2010, 06:42:49 PMThe easiest way to set it up is ONLY to put an entry for ProcessLasso.exe and run it with Highest rights. It will automatically launch ProcessGovernor, also with highest rights. If you do put both of them, then launch both with highest rights.