2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 30, 2010 11:58 AM by rvp1000

    IS HIPS application policy list is an exclusion or exception list to allow application to run and specific to application functions to work on the machine?

      I need to know if the HIPS's application policy is an exclusion or exception list to allow applications to run normally.

      It seems that we are getting irregular behaviors with an application when HIPs is introduced?

      Based on our testing it works great without HIPS client installed?

      Sometimes the windows application needs to write to the registry and access specific dlls and files under system32  and it own program files directories..

      C:/programfiles/applicationxxxxxx....

      Should all application dll, excutable, essentail program files be added to the HIPS application policy list?

      I assume the HIPS application policy list is an exclusion or exception list to allow application to run and specific features of the application on the machine. I.E MS Outlook, defrag, check disk, executable... scandisk.exe???

       

       

      Message was edited by: rvp1000 on 3/29/10 2:26:35 PM CDT