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RonBoris Where are Ignore Rules Stored?
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I just reloaded my computer and would like to recreate my ignore rules from my previous installation, but I can't seem to find where the rules are stored. Can anyone tell me, please?

Thank you for your support,

Ron

Anthony Wells RE: Where are Ignore Rules Stored?
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At the bottom of the "settings" tab page in PSi in "advanced" mode .

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RonBoris RE: Where are Ignore Rules Stored?
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Thanks for your prompt response. I'm sorry for being unclear. I know where to find them in the application. What I want is to be able to find the file in which they are stored so that I can determine what the rules were in a previous install.

Thank you for your support,

Ron
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Anthony Wells RE: Where are Ignore Rules Stored?
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Hello Ron

Half expected your reply ; as far as I know they are not stored anywhere on your computer ; Secunia may have arecord on their servers , but I doubt it .

I think you are back to square one .

FWIW , ignore rules should be a last resort, unless you are covering back-up drives or i386 installation folders or atrusted family friend .

Take care
Anthony

PS : there is a PSI.inf file in my Secunia PSI folder , it talks of configuration but means zilch to a non techie like me ;((


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