You could try using the wildcard.
I have gone back to v2 for the time being (until the interface becomes usable :p) so this is from my (pretty shaky) memory, but
- go to D+ > advanced tasks > computer security policy
- find zt.exe entry, highlight it then click edit on the right.
- In the window that appears, click on ‘process permissions’ (I think it is? anyway, the one that isn’t protection settings)
- In the next window that appears, click on ‘modify’ box in the first row (execution settings?)
- in the execution settings window that opens, click ‘Add’, then 'browse".
- This should open a file explorer type thing, with a text bar at the top. Type out the full path to the temp folder, and after temp put *.tmp , or *.exe as the case may be.
(C:\documents and settings\username\local settings\temp*.tmp)
Now, close down all those b***** windows, until you get back to the ‘computer security policy’ window, and click "Add’, then ‘browse’, and add exactly the same line you did just before
(C:\documents and settings\username\local settings\temp*.tmp )
and press ok.
Once again in the ‘computer security policy’ window, highlight the entry you just created, and click on ‘edit’. In the window, again choose the ‘process permissions’ link, and in the window that comes up, again click on ‘modify’ in the top row. In the new window, click on ‘Add’, then browse. Browse to splash.exe, and press the arrow to move it to the right hand column. Press ok.
What you want to do now is to close all the windows again, till you’re back at the ‘computer security policy’ window.
Now what you need to is add the actual game executable to the list of processes that splash.exe is allowed to execute.
Highlight splash.exe, click edit, and once again, you want to choose the process permission link thing.
(you may want to have the game cd in the drive at this point)
In the first row, click on the modify button, and in teh new window that opens, click on ‘Add’, then browse. Browse to the drive that has the cd in it, locate the actual game executable and use the arrow to move it to the right hand column again.
I think, so long as you always put the game cd in the same drive, that should work.
You may also need to muck around in the ‘protected files and folders’ option for zt.exe, to give it permission to create a new file each time it’s run.
To do this (I think) in the ‘computer security policy’ window, highlight zt.exe and click ‘edit’. Once more, you want the ‘process permission’ link. In the next window, click on ‘modify’ next to 'protected files and folders. In the ‘allow’ tab, choose ‘add’, and then ‘browse’. In the text bar of the file explorer thing, type
C:\documents and settings\username\local settings
(or *.exe if zt.exe creates an xxxx.exe file)
I think that should cover everything, but remember to leave the ‘purge’ button in ‘computer security policy’ well alone, as it will delete the *.tmp rule.
Following the steps that [b]AnotherOne[b] posted is a good idea as well.