Lounge member EWek11 is baffled by a Windows Group Policy error message that arises in response to the Google Picasa updater — which, confusingly, might be residing in a temp folder on his Win7 machine.
He’d uninstalled Picasa, but some part of the app apparently continued to lurk on his machine. When he looked for Picasa Updater, he couldn’t find it.
With some help from fellow Lounge members in the Windows 7 forum, EWek11 eventually found that his CryptoPrevent anti-malware tool was keeping the Picasa updater app from downloading or being removed. He undertook a cautious resolution.
The following links are this week’s most interesting Lounge threads, including several new questions for which you might have answers:
starred posts: particularly useful
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