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8:02 am on Nov 6, 2009 (gmt 0)

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8:03 pm on Nov 6, 2009 (gmt 0)

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Yep and my Zone Alarm immediately blocked it Net access!

I had to manually authorise permission, never had to do that before.

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I have FF 3.5 on Windows Vista and when Firefox stops working and I reopen it,the pages are not immediately restored as in the prior version. I get a RestoreSession page where I choose what pages and what tabs I want restored.
Does FF 3.5.5 eliminate that page so that all my pages are immediately restored like it used to or is this a particular problem that I have?
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1 Vista machine has upgraded ok, 2 Vista and 4 XP have all had to be manually authorised with Zone Alarm...why?
3:06 pm on Nov 8, 2009 (gmt 0)

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You might want to check to see that Zone Alarm is properly installed and configured on the machine that did not require re-authorization. Whenever any program changes, ZA is supposed to detect that and ask you for re-authorization. This is because the program may have changed because of either a user-approved upgrade or a hack.

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on the machine that did not require re-authorization.

That machine had the normal re-authorisation procedure whereas all the others I had to go into Program Control > Programs and manually accept Trust Level and Access.

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Well, that sounds like Windows' ACL settings, not Zone Alarm. Take a look at the policies with Policy Editor, maybe?

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7:55 pm on Nov 9, 2009 (gmt 0)

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I lost ZA a long time ago, more trouble that its worth. My blue screen of death problem was down to it earlier this year.

Latest FF seems ok so far.

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