0 Replies Latest reply on Sep 3, 2011 6:39 AM by McBear

    Whitelist and documents delivered via Microsoft Application Virtualization (appv)

    McBear

      I’ve tried to get my Adobe Reader X to open documents delivered via Microsoft Application Virtualization - when protected mode enabled.

      Using the whitelist concept in Adobe Reader X, I’ve successfully created some policies

      EVENTS_ALLOW_ANY = *

      MUTANT_ALLOW_ANY = *

      This is resulting in the following entries in the log file when I try to open a document which is delivered via Microsoft Application Virtualization:

      [09:03/15:15:21] Adobe Reader Protected Mode Logging Initiated

      [09:03/15:15:21] Found custom policy file: C:\Programmer\Adobe\Reader 10.0\Reader\ProtectedModeWhitelistConfig.txt

      [09:03/15:15:21] Adding custom policy: EVENTS_ALLOW_ANY = *

      [09:03/15:15:21] Adding custom policy: MUTANT_ALLOW_ANY = \BaseNamedObjects\sg00000000e2e6e550_*

      [09:03/15:15:22] NtCreateMutant: STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED

      [09:03/15:15:22] real_path: \BaseNamedObjects\MSCTF.Shared.MUTEX.MEM

      [09:03/15:15:22] Overvej at redigere politik med denne politikregel: MUTANT_ALLOW_ANY

      As I see it, the problem seemes that instead of adding

      MUTANT_ALLOW_ANY = *

      it adds

      [09:03/15:15:21] Adding custom policy: MUTANT_ALLOW_ANY = \BaseNamedObjects\sg00000000e2e6e550_*

      So when trying to initiate

      \BaseNamedObjects\MSCTF.Shared.MUTEX.MEM

      it will of course fail.

      Is there any way that I can add

      \BaseNamedObjects\MSCTF.Shared.MUTEX.MEM

      without having

      \BaseNamedObjects\sg00000000e2e6e550

      put in front of it?