Windows 7 & Money Express

Discussion in 'Microsoft Money UK' started by RayG, Nov 19, 2009.

  1. RayG

    RayG Guest

    Hi,

    I have Windows 7 Professional and I am running the 64 bit version with Money
    2004. I want to stop money express from running in the system tray but I am
    unable to get the option "Run Money Express on Startup" unchecked, to stick.

    Further investigations show that using regedit or regedt32 it is not
    possible to delete the key from the "run" section of the registry despite
    the permissions saying the admin user has full control. Even using the
    autoruns from sysinternals the key cannot be deleted.

    Autoruns can create the "autoruns disabled" key and that can be manipulated
    as expected.

    Any ideas why this should be an issue or how to get around it please.

    Everything else seems to be working just fine.
     
    RayG, Nov 19, 2009
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  2. RayG

    RayG Guest

    Hi All,

    Ok I have found the problem - it is due to the "rapport" program that some
    banks are suggesting their customers use to increase online banking
    security. The program comes from http://www.trusteer.com/ I have been in
    contact with them and they are looking at the issue. A resolution is
    expected in a few days.

    In principal the program is an excellent idea but right now it has some
    unexpected side effects. The program does have a console and user can stop
    it if they suspect an issue. It may also cause some installations to fail.

    I am using Windows 7 professional but it may also have the same effects on
    other OS's.
     
    RayG, Nov 19, 2009
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