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Dwarden Why is so hard for PSI 3.x offer ignore folder / ignore harddrive rules?
Member 9th Nov, 2012 23:44
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seriously is it just lazy programming and constant excuses ?

these days with multi TB sized drives and tons backups including USB and networking and NTFS junctions and so on ...

it's sad state of Secunia if you fail offer SIMPLE working ignore rule-set for:

- whole folders and all it's subfolders
- whole drives (physical / logical)

ddmarshall RE: Why is so hard for PSI 3.x offer ignore folder / ignore harddrive rules?
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You missed the 'Scan Individual Drives' setting (see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUmaLmO0gx0&feature... 3.30 minutes) unless you haven't got the latest version.

PSI 2.0 can still be downloaded from http://secunia.com/products/consumer/PSI/sys_req/

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millwood RE: Why is so hard for PSI 3.x offer ignore folder / ignore harddrive rules?
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Because:

1. as soon as you mount a removable drive, PSI starts messing with it.

2.folders are needed if, as I and apparently many others do, you have an old image in a folder in a new machine.
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millwood RE: Why is so hard for PSI 3.x offer ignore folder / ignore harddrive rules?
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on 10th Nov, 2012 11:10, ddmarshall wrote:


PSI 2.0 can still be downloaded from http://secunia.com/products/consumer/PSI/sys_req/[...

Thanks for pushing me over the hill - I'm back on V2!
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