How can I set a program in the trusted zone ?

Posted 2/10/2010 3:29 PM
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I bought a new software syncing.net and I wanna know how to set it as a fully trusted application?
Posted 2/10/2010 3:44 PM
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What BullGuard version are you using ?
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Posted 2/11/2010 9:21 AM
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The latest trial version (BullGuard Internet Security 9.0 64-bit version) I have found something in the firewall is that enough (full access for syncservice.exe) or have I set something else?
Posted 2/11/2010 10:40 AM
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No, that should be enough
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Posted 2/15/2010 8:58 AM
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FYI: I've called the SYNCING.NET support (very helpful).

Here is a step by step description.

To open and manage SYNCING.NET in the rule window, do the following:

# Open the main application window
# Click the Firewall button
# Click the Rules link
# In the left part of the window click the + button
# Add the processes SyncService.exe, SyncingOLWatchService.exe and NotificationService.exe in the folder path "C:\Programs Files\SYNCING.NET Technologies\Syncing.net\bin".
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