One of those rare moments when it's not us who are getting blamed for the false positives, but the antivirus engine that generated them :)
Well you know the argument could be made, that since you released the update Friday, then Windows Defender now detects it as virus few days later, that you all put something in the latest release that caused all this. Lol
But let common sense prevail in this situation. :)
Edited:David Silvera - Sep 05, 2022 10:55:10 am EDT
Yeah Microsoft released a new signature on Sunday and it seemed to have created a big problem with false positives in a lot of programs. On my personal computer I got 3 false positives with this same Win32/Hive.ZY, but it couldn't tell me which programs. I think it was probably related to a game I was opening.
Hey snk-nick, Not sure if you noticed, but while the screen is active, there is a gear icon that will take you to the Connection Properties. Select the Advanced tab and just check the box "Lock hosts mouse and keyboard" and click Ok.
But maybe you did notice and just asking for a 1 click solution instead of 4 clicks?
Edited:David Silvera - Apr 20, 2022 12:40:07 am EDT
I just tested this with my own setup. I created a sub-folder called PCs under General Address Book and dragged PC's from my Synced Folder to the PCs folder and then from the PCs folder to the General Address Book and then dragged it back to the Synced folder. No issues.
It maybe your address book folder location that is the issue. My Address Book is in the default location in the C:\Users folder on the C drive.