Security alert - "...wants to write value to system registry key that belongs to modules executed during system startup. HKEY_USERS\..." then whole load of numbers followed by "\software\microsoft\windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce." I'm given the option to Allow or Deny or add to trusted file. Using Vista Home Premium. How do I know whether to allow or not? Any ideas?
Thanks Maj. "HKEY_USERS\s-1-5-21-941907481-4055079570-1530281997-1000\software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce". Few weeks ago I installed my copy of Quicken 2001 (from my old pc) on Vista and which seems to work okay, although I cannot use QuickenHelp.
Sorry for delay getting back to you but I don't understand. Is it safe to allow this & override the alert? The link only served to confuse me. Also now I'm getting "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\SessionManager" alerts.
Now no expert in this but as it appears to be a Microsoft program I would allow it.It usually appears when you update Internet explorer.But maybe better waiting until someone can agree or disagree with what I have said.
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