DardiM

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A run of rundll32.exe was detected. As shown on you capture, this dll is in the good folder.
rundll32.exe is an application used to launch functionality stored in shared .dll files.
May be after instaling, Zemana needs to use this exe.
(Each time ZAM try to make an update to last version, I need to let my AV authorizes the changes) :)
 
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Moi61

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After installing Zemana I got this message from Bitdefender
I am also using Bitdefender (Total Security 2016). I also encountered this issue after installing but I just ignored it. What I noticed everytime I booted up my laptop is that Zemana Antilogger does not start up. I still need to click the desktop icon to start it. Why its not starting up right away?
 

King Mellow

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I am also using Bitdefender (Total Security 2016). I also encountered this issue after installing but I just ignored it. What I noticed everytime I booted up my laptop is that Zemana Antilogger does not start up. I still need to click the desktop icon to start it. Why its not starting up right away?
Under settings, click on "Advanced" and tick "Auto Launch". This will make ZAL launch at startup. If it doesn't work, kindly reinstall ZAL.
 

TheBlue262

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I am also using Bitdefender (Total Security 2016). I also encountered this issue after installing but I just ignored it. What I noticed everytime I booted up my laptop is that Zemana Antilogger does not start up. I still need to click the desktop icon to start it. Why its not starting up right away?
I had the same issue and it was because I disabled startup for ZAL in Ccleaner. If you did not disable startup using another program then reinstalling it like King Mellow said should help. :)
 

_CyberGhosT_

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A run of rundll32.exe was detected. As shown on you capture, this dll is in the good folder.
rundll32.exe is an application used to launch functionality stored in shared .dll files.
May be after instaling, Zemana needs to use this exe.
(Each time ZAM try to make an update to last version, I need to let my AV authorizes the changes) :)
Thats right DardiM , I have to allow it in my VooDooShield each time too because of my settings.
This is BitDefender over reacting just ignore it,
or if it is really bothering lukajlo he can submit this issue to Bitdefender support and Zemana so they can sort it out.
 

_CyberGhosT_

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Does the life-time license/key work on multiple machines or does it only work on one machine?
It may work on more than one, but I think it wise to register that PC as well and do a fresh key and download.
The keys are meant for one PC there is a good chance that using a key on multiple devices will get it blacklisted.
If you need proof please email Zemana Support so you know I am not guessing on this one.

PeAcE
 
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_CyberGhosT_

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Here is a quote from Wilders forum (see SS below), I redacted this guys ID out of respect for his privacy.
If Zemana intended for a key to be used on all machines then they would need to only issue
one key for the whole beta program, the key acts as an ID aside from the obvious functions.
When they start blacklisting keys I can guarantee mine wont be among them.

And it started before that issue I only selected one as to not have a giant post on this. Most experienced beta testers know better than to employ one key on multiple systems. It's not
friendly to the product Dev's either.
 
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DardiM

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What I understood

The method they use for one device licence keys :

- key entered one time => key is marked as used, on a ZEMANA server data base.

You can reinstall windows and / or Zemana : another attempt to enter the same key will fail.
=> the only way to be able to re enter the key without the warning message, is to contact their support and explain the problem : they remove the "info" that key was already used one time (no link with the PC ID) and then you can use again the key.

I think that for a multi-devices licence, they do the same, saving in their server data base the key and the number of time it has been used.

What I understood
 
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DardiM

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They should make some simple web control panel, where users of Zemana could manage their license keys
Yes, they should do this way :)
I've already contacted their support two times recently, as I reinstalled windows the July, 20 and July, 27 => each time the same problem occured with my key :confused:
From my point of view, they use this method for simplification, and to avoid linking the key with hardware, but I can say they react very quickly to re init the key status (less than 2 days : the 15 days trial is more than enough).
 
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_CyberGhosT_

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Yes, they should do this way :)
I've already contacted their support two times recently, as I reinstalled windows the July, 20 and July, 27 => each time the same problem occured with my key :confused:
From my point of view, they use this method for simplification, and to avoid linking the key with hardware, but I can say they react very quickly to re init the key status (less than 2 days : the 15 days trial is more than enough).
Thats weird, usually it takes a little time to catch a key that's over extended, they are watching you DardIM :p