You can use this dialog box to modify the list of the trusted programs. This dialog box contains the following areas:
Lets you change the order of the programs in the list.
Use this button to remove the currently selected program from the list.
This group of buttons lets you add new programs to the list. (Note that only Windows programs, 32-bit or 16-bit, can be made trusted. If you add a name of a DOS program or console application to the list, it will be ignored by Folder Guard.)
Press this button to choose a program from the list of the currently running programs.
Press this button to browse for the executable file of the program you want to designate as a trusted one. Use this method to add programs that is not currently running.
This option lets you control how the list of the programs should be treated by Folder Guard while performing the protection. Normally, you should use the first option offered, The listed programs are the trusted ones. In some cases, however, you may find more suitable the second option, All programs are trusted except the listed ones. For example, you may make the list to contain only one entry, EXPLORER. In such a case, Folder Guard will protect the files and folders only if Windows Explorer is used by the user to browse the contents of the disks. If the user uses any other program, Folder Guard will NOT protect the folders.
Use this button to reset the contents the trusted programs list in its original form, as if was before you made changes to the list.