I had v2 of CF, and upgraded to CFP 22.214.171.1248 on XP pro SP 2
I have an application called Ardunio - http://www.arduino.cc for controlling a chip-board via USB. To do so it compiles a program and sends it via COM port.
Arduino is a Java app. It does not get installed, and runs from a folder of its own.
Previously, with v2 of CF, I had no problems.
Now I have installed CFP3, I get a message from the Arduino app, stating
C:\Anthony\Software\arduino-0011-win\arduino-0011\hardware/tools/avr/bin/avr-ar: unable to rename ‘C:\Documents and Settings\Anthony\Desktop\attempt3\applet\core.a’ reason: Permission denied
I can only assume that this is because the Defense+ is preventing it from being renamed.
I have added the Arduino application as a “trusted” application, the Java.exe that is associated with Arduino ( [%arduino_install_folder%/java/din/javaw.exe) as a “trusted” application, and also C:\windows\system32\java.exe (“trusted” application)
I have added the entire folder C:\Anthony\Software\arduino-0011-win to “my safe files”
I continued to receive “permission denied” messages.
I then set both the Firewall and Defense+ to “disabled” and rebooted. Still same error.
I then uninstalled CFP.
I could then run the Arduino app with no problems.
I then re-installed CFP with all defaults - but chose NOT to install the Defense + part.
However, on reboot, Defense + is active and I cannot run the Arduino app without the error message.
Therefore: can I have advice on how to set applications that run on a java platform to be allowed in Defense+, or, how do I disable Defense+ entirely.