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I install portslock firewall on xp-pro to check it out, and un-installed it but it lift portslock in the event viewer how can i remove it
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chicagoan earned 1500 total points
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The event viewer displays logged events, once there they're there untill you clear them.
Are you asking how to clear the event logs?
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by:seanc2003
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portslock log

no it's in there, endbeded within event viewer
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by:bloemkool1980
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I am pretty sure you have to remove it via the registry.
If you run regedit and do a search on portslock maybe you are lucky to find something.
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I took alot out but some of the keys would not let me delete them. for the most part it is gone thank you
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