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    karlo:

    Are you still receiving the denied messages or have the stopped?

    The files are:
    • RegKeyWhite.sbe for Allowed registry changes
    • RegKeyBlack.sbe for Blocked registry changes

    The locations of the RegKeyWhite.sbe and RegKeyBlack.sbe files are (again in English):
    • Windows 95/98
      C:\Windows\Application Data\Spybot - Search & Destroy\Excludes
    • Windows ME
      C:\Windows\All Users\Application Data\Spybot - Search & Destroy\Excludes
    • Windows NT/2000/XP
      C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Spybot - Search & Destroy\Excludes

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    Quote Originally Posted by murdo
    Here is a step by step guide to removing items from your "Whitelist" and "Blacklist"

    1) Right click on your "TeaTimer" icon, in the systray:


    2) Select the "Settings" option:


    3) You will see the following screen:


    4) From here, choose which section you require. For this example i will choose "Allowed Registry Changes"

    5) Once you choose your section, you will see a list of changes either allowed or not allowed:


    6) Click on the cross next to the item you wish Spybot to prompt for in future:


    7) The item should disappear, just click "OK". Job done!
    I could not arrive to find what you call teatimer icon
    Thanks for you help

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    If you cannot see the icon in your systray, this means that it isn't running.

    Browse to your Spybot program folder
    Find the file named "teatimer.exe"
    Double click to run this file


    ALTERNATE:

    Open Spybot
    Click "Mode" from the menu at the top
    Choose "Advanced"
    From the bottons on the left, choose "Tools"
    From the available options, press "Resident"
    Make sure there is a tick on the box titled:
    'Resident "TeaTimer" (Protection of over-all system settings) active.'


    Now you should see the icon in the bottom right?
    Last edited by murdo; 2005-12-07 at 19:50.

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    jean-guy haddad:
    murdo:

    After my last post, karlo posted in the "Spybot-S&D in deutsch" forum, here:
    Löschen von Spybot
    http://forums.spybot.info/showthread.php?t=762

    The problem appears to have been caused by a version of "T-Online" software that they were running.

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    Default appologies

    sorry for that, I dont read deutsch so was un-aware of this post!

    thanks md usa spybot fan.

    p.s does the md stand for anything in your username? I just ask because my real life name initials are MD !

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