I have a 2 week old SSD with new Windows 7 Ultimate (64 bit) and Macrium Reflect Server Edition.
I installed Comodo C.I.S. 5.9.22?? with default settings.
I chose to abandon Firefox (Installed) with its recent irresponsible silent/forced update policy,
and chose Palemoon Portable.
I installed Addons and all was well after restarting Palemoon.
I installed LastPass and Xmarks addons and they said installation would complete upon a restart,
but every restart demanded another - repeatedly.
I thought at first these addons could not run with the latest version of Palemoon.
Eventually I went the well worn route of disabling malware protection and then restart was successful.
SANDBOX WAS THE CULPRIT - NO WARNINGS - NO POP-UPS
Macrium Reflect made a partition image of my system before I installed Comodo,
but not after - there were VSS errors which prevented any success.
Eventually I had success by launching the Macrium GUI and running that direct under Windows.
Then I found SANDBOX KILLED SUCCESS when I ran my *.BAT script that launches Macrium and organizes archiving of image backups.
My *.BAT script launched Macrium and its GUI as expected, and Macrium ran and analyzed my partitions,
but SANDBOX prevented Macrium from using VSS.
I found that Macrium Reflect is listed as Trusted.
I WISH Comodo would continue to trust anything that is trusted even when My scripts launch them
I NEED Comodo to put up a warning / pop-up when it is disrupting a trusted application.
There is an occasional rare appearance of an elusive “Application Isolated” pop-up.
I would love it if this always appeared until such time as I tick the box “Hide these alerts”.
Unfortunately I have never seen the same one twice, even though I repeat my actions without ticking the box.
Incidentally, what does “Hide these alerts” do ?
i.e. is this a permanent end to any such pop-up regardless of situation,
or does it simply hide any future identical warnings from the same “unrecognized file”.
Please advise how I should get warning pop-ups when the Sandbox is interfering,
otherwise I will have to leave the Sandbox permanently disabled.
Is it possible to tell Comodo/Sandbox to trust all my *.BAT files in a designated folder ?