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KennyGolub

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  1. Again, I thank you very much for your time and attention to this !!!
  2. I did find out since, that Sticky was disabled in the startup applications. I re-enabled it and it now auto loads. The only issue remaining then is that I cannot get the popup for whitelisting/blacklisting applications.
  3. Yes, it does load now if I do it manually. It's not as big a deal now because of that. But to this day, I have never seen a popup window allowing me to either whitelist or deny any application. And it still does not auto load on boot up like it always has. So, I can live with loading it manually, but if I'm not seeing a popup for whitelist or blacklist, how can I trust in the future, some other application isn't being blocked that I would want to run? Thank you for your time on this.
  4. Here is what happened after the reg fix: I rebooted and the password application did not automatically load, like it did prior to installing PCMatic. I changed the "Block Notification Method" turned on for "Advanced" then ran the password application manually. This time it did run, but I still did not see a popup for me to add it to the whitelist. Thanks
  5. My apologies Y......I did find the email in the junk folder. Have to thank MSN for that. I will look over the replies and run the "reg" merge in about a half hour and let you know the results. Thanks again. Ken
  6. Can you confirm you received my log file ? Thanks
  7. I can't get my password application in the white list. I've created a couple tickets over the last week or so and have received no response. The help file tells me to go to the advanced mode so a popup will appear allowing me to white list it. I have yet to see a popup of any kind in the week I've been running it. I am using Windows 10 and the application is called "Sticky Password". The only way I can use it is to pause protection, run the application, and minimize it on the task bar. I can then enable protection, but must leave it minimized. Prior to installing PC-Matic, it ran on boot up and stayed in the background until called for.
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