Deleting a "Create Process" Action created by accident


Excuse me if I have posted in the wrong place. I have been using Comodo V3 on a Dell 4700 desktop for months and have found it to be a great product. Today, I made a mistake and accidentally created a process that I need to reverse/delete. I was using MS Outlook 2003, downloaded an email with a PowerPoint file attached, then tried to open the file within Outlook using a right mouse click Open. When I chose this Comodo popped up and gave me the option box, I accidentally chose “Isolated Application” and OK, and now Outlook cannot access Microsoft Help, nor will it allow me to open any attachments within the program. I hope there’s a way to tell Comodo to delete that new process. If so PLEASE post and explain HOW to do it.
Thanks, Jam479

Hi Jam479,welcome to the forums.

Go to Defense+/Advanced/Computer Security Policy.
Here you will find all the applications that have been given rules by the HIPS.
The easiest way to do this is to find the referance to MS Outlook 2003 and Remove it then “APPLY” to close all windows.This way D+ will learn Outlook again.
Alternatively right click on MS Outlook 2003 and choose “Edit” then click on access rights.
On the new window click on Modify next to run an executable and interprocess memory access then look in “blocked applications” and remove anything in there.Apply to close all windows.