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philopalot  posted on Mar 03, 2014 9:04:49 PM - Report post

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DES Data execution service, I think.
That other thanks was to you PWIZ, Not Phil. I am using my phone and did not look at auto correct;-)
 
Neo7  posted on Mar 03, 2014 10:35:38 PM - Report post

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Data Execution Prevention (DEP) has the option of Opt-In by default which means developers have to explicitly enable the option in their programs for it to monitor them. This of course can be changed to Opt-Out where it monitors all programs except ones specified in DEP options.

You can check your DEP settings by running the below command in command prompt:
wmic os get dataexecutionprevention_supportpolicy

It will output a number which corresponds to below:

0 - DEP is disabled for all processes. [Always Off]
1 - DEP is enabled for all processes. [Always On - Ignore Opt Out specifications]
2 - DEP is enabled for only Windows system components and services. (Default) [Opt In]
3 - DEP is enabled for all processes. [Opt Out]

A value of 2 should not cause any issues.

Additionally trainers being terminated by DEP Protection will trigger a notification that tells you that DEP terminated the process for that reason. If you did not see this notification, DEP is unlikely the culprit.

[Edited by moderator Neo7, 3/3/2014 10:38:51 PM]

 
ServiusTheBear  posted on Mar 04, 2014 4:59:59 AM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by Neo7

Data Execution Prevention (DEP) has the option of Opt-In by default which means developers have to explicitly enable the option in their programs for it to monitor them. This of course can be changed to Opt-Out where it monitors all programs except ones specified in DEP options.

You can check your DEP settings by running the below command in command prompt:
wmic os get dataexecutionprevention_supportpolicy

It will output a number which corresponds to below:

0 - DEP is disabled for all processes. [Always Off]
1 - DEP is enabled for all processes. [Always On - Ignore Opt Out specifications]
2 - DEP is enabled for only Windows system components and services. (Default) [Opt In]
3 - DEP is enabled for all processes. [Opt Out]

A value of 2 should not cause any issues.

Additionally trainers being terminated by DEP Protection will trigger a notification that tells you that DEP terminated the process for that reason. If you did not see this notification, DEP is unlikely the culprit.

[Edited by moderator Neo7, 3/3/2014 10:38:51 PM]

With me it was terminating one of the Updated Baldursgate games with out a message which was strange a heck. But when I told it to ignore it. It worked.

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