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ReHIPS / Re: Now is the time for ReHIPS to shine
« Last post by fixer on November 27, 2019, 07:44:02 pm »
It's a magical time of wonders. So who knows, everything is possible :)
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ReHIPS / Re: Now is the time for ReHIPS to shine
« Last post by Mr.X on November 27, 2019, 06:48:30 pm »
Are we going to get a Xmas present aka new version next month?
 ;D
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ReHIPS / Re: REHIPS folder - copying vs moving files
« Last post by Stephen on November 20, 2019, 11:12:42 pm »
Thank you fixer. I found it now!
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ReHIPS / Re: REHIPS folder - copying vs moving files
« Last post by fixer on November 20, 2019, 09:33:05 pm »
This blogpost discusses "Open File Access", you can find this drop-down list in isolated environment options under Windows User Name and Isolated Environment Name.
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ReHIPS / Re: REHIPS folder - copying vs moving files
« Last post by Stephen on November 20, 2019, 09:28:10 am »
Thank you for redirecting me to the FAQ article. However, I couldn't locate the actual details that you refer to, because the ReHIPS Help file doesn't have a search function. Where is the Open File Access feature and where do I see the ADD_FILE allowed access right?
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ReHIPS / Re: REHIPS folder - copying vs moving files
« Last post by fixer on November 19, 2019, 05:17:31 pm »
Take a look at this feature https://forum.rehips.com/index.php?topic=9484.0
You'll probably find it more usable, though slightly less secure.
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ReHIPS / REHIPS folder - copying vs moving files
« Last post by Stephen on November 19, 2019, 01:37:39 pm »
I notice that the C:\REHIPS folder and its sub-folders can be used for opening MS Office or LibreOffice files that would otherwise not be possible to open if they are located elsewhere on the PC. However, moving files from other directories to C:\REHIPS does not allow opening them using the above programs. They actually have to be copied there from their source directory. Is this by design?

To tell the truth it's a bit inconvenient to have to copy each document or spreadsheet etc. every time to the REHIPS folder, edit it there and then copy it back to its original location and respond "Yes" to the usual question about deleting (replacing) the original document.
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ReHIPS / Re: Various questions about Rehips
« Last post by Cuslichavy on November 12, 2019, 11:56:45 am »
Again, thank you for your time!
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ReHIPS / Re: Various questions about Rehips
« Last post by fixer on November 12, 2019, 07:13:06 am »
2. If I remember correctly, each plugin uses a separate process. Empty Chrome without tabs should have like ~5 processes or something. So yeah, it's kinda possible to have it running on demo with a few tabs.

3. That's what I thought. Wildcards should solve the problem.

4. Actually it doesn't matter if a program has an installer or not. You can just start installer-free programs and ReHIPS will ask what to do with them (since it doesn't know them for the first start). And you can either create a new isolated environment or add them to an existing one. But in this case it's useful to keep in mind rule 7 from this blogpost https://forum.rehips.com/index.php?topic=11587

5. Yeah, that's possible, to create several rules like these according to the depth level you want ro cover.

7. You can uninstall ReHIPS, but keep all your Settings. When you try to uninstall it, it'll ask something like "Do you want to delete settings?" Say "No" and Settings along with ReHIPSUsers will be retained. BTW, there are some performance tests in this blogpost https://forum.rehips.com/index.php?topic=11868.0
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ReHIPS / Re: Various questions about Rehips
« Last post by Cuslichavy on November 11, 2019, 10:09:38 pm »
Thank you for all the answers! Now I see what I was doing wrong.

2. My idea was to somehow redirect the http protocol handler to the actual user outside the isolated environment, but I understand if that's not possible. My other thought though is, would Chrome even run in the free Rehips version since there's the limit of 10 programs running at once? I can see in Task Manager right now there are 17 instances of Chrome running, and I have only five tabs open.

3. This is one of the exes Chrome uses to update itself "C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\78.0.3904.97\Installer\setup.exe". It changes for every version. I replaced the version number with a wildcard in Rehips rules now, so it probably won't alert anymore.

4. I was using C:\ReHIPS subfolders to place programs that don't have an installer. I wish I could created an empty isolated environment and place those programs directly there, but I haven't seen that option available. What I did was I extracted a program from a zip file in C:\ReHIPS\Default, but then I thought I wanted to keep it even more isolated so I created another folder C:\ReHIPS\NewApp and moved the program there, changed the permission in Rehips to give access to C:\ReHIPS\NewApp and removed Default, changed the path of the exe in Rehips permission too then ran the program. But it wouldn't start. In Default folder it would work fine but not outside that folder. I'm sure the file paths were correct because I double checked.

5. I see. What if I create multiple rules like C:\GoodPrograms\*, C:\GoodPrograms\*\*, C:\GoodPrograms\*\*\* etc? Would that work?

6. That seems to be the case. I tried it with other files and the search didn't always trigger the other exe.

7. I'm having some performance issues, I'm not sure if that's related to Rehips, but I want to uninstall and reinstall it to test. Would I lose the rules and settings or can I export them?
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