What actually happened or you actually saw:
“Application Isolated Alert”
For “chkap.bat” resulting in the Apache Server being blocked from running.
What you expected to happen or see:
Expected EasyPHP to run as planned. It ran fine in the previous CIS version.
How you tried to fix it & what happened:
I made “chkap.bat” a trusted file, which didn’t resolve the issue. After making it “trusted”, & re-launching EasyPHP, the same CIS “alert” as before was launched.
I even tried “clicking” the “don’t isolate again” link in the CIS Alert, to no avail.
Nice to see you again Mouse (Mike). We whooped that InputPersonalization.exe & Ask.com problem I had in the last version together. I know it is off topic, but I just wanted to say that the help that you & the other Mods give Comodo users is a real testament to the quality of Comodo products, especially since they are free. I tip my hat to you sir, your peers.
Before I add what you requested, there is one thing I am going to try first. That version of EasyPHP I was using is an older version, so I am going to download & try the latest version of EasyPHP first. Even if the problem is still present, I want to use the new version of EasyPHP anyway. So if I still have the same problem, I will post a full “bug report” here in this thread again, including what you have asked of me to add in addition to what I posted.
Thanks for changing my thread title to a more appropriately informative title. I wasn’t really sure the best way to title it to be as accurate of a reflection of the problem at hand.
Yes I do remember, many thanks for your help on that occasion and many thanks to for the positive feedback. We get a lot of flack sometimes so it is very welcome.
Regarding this issue happy to wait while you experiment - suspect the problem is more general than just this executable though. The script security support is still bedding in - and batch files are treated as scripts (roughly speaking).
Hmm in this case as is frequently true with batch files the APL does not help.
I think we have to see if we can find chkapp.bat first, if you wouldn’t mind searching for it using Windows explorer search and searching for all files inc hidden and system files.
Next thing would be to work out what file is invoking chkapp.bat, if you don’t know. More difficult this - start with Apache and EasyPHPL directories and try an Windows explorer string search.
Finally if you don’t mind using Microsoft process explorer to see the invocation sequence for Apache, and double click on the apache process to see if it has a Comodo job tab. Take a screenshot of the invocation and the job tab if you find one.