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PC-Cillin bug with Vista 5536: strange sharing folder message

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#1
I've installed Trend Micro PC-Cillin beta (antivirus only) for Vista 5536 but
when I'm using Vista as standard user, I have too often a strange message
from Vista:

Sharing
This folder is shared with other people
if you delete this folder, it will no longer be shared.
Folder:
C:\Users\<myStandardUser>\AppData\Lo..\pccrlui_788_2.ui
Share Name:
C:\Users\<myStandardUser>\AppData\Lo..\pccrlui_788_2.ui
Continue Cancel

Why? Another antivirus incompatibility?
 

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J

John Barnes

#2
Shouldn't be another incompatibility since it is a pcc file. Must be a PC
Cillin problem and should be reported to them.


"BillD" <BillD@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> I've installed Trend Micro PC-Cillin beta (antivirus only) for Vista 5536
> but
> when I'm using Vista as standard user, I have too often a strange message
> from Vista:
>
> Sharing
> This folder is shared with other people
> if you delete this folder, it will no longer be shared.
> Folder:
> C:\Users\<myStandardUser>\AppData\Lo..\pccrlui_788_2.ui
> Share Name:
> C:\Users\<myStandardUser>\AppData\Lo..\pccrlui_788_2.ui
> Continue Cancel
>
> Why? Another antivirus incompatibility?
 

My Computer

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#3
If you are looking for some AV software to use for now, AVG is working well
in 5536

"BillD" wrote:

> I've installed Trend Micro PC-Cillin beta (antivirus only) for Vista 5536 but
> when I'm using Vista as standard user, I have too often a strange message
> from Vista:
>
> Sharing
> This folder is shared with other people
> if you delete this folder, it will no longer be shared.
> Folder:
> C:\Users\<myStandardUser>\AppData\Lo..\pccrlui_788_2.ui
> Share Name:
> C:\Users\<myStandardUser>\AppData\Lo..\pccrlui_788_2.ui
> Continue Cancel
>
> Why? Another antivirus incompatibility?
 

My Computer

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