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Re: Virtualbox problem with Trusteer Rapport

PostPosted: 5. May 2019, 11:39
by zatz
JorgeOC wrote:Is this still the only solution to the Trusteer Rapport problem (the one posted by IBM)?


If you mean the one here viewtopic.php?f=6&t=88480#p427703 where you rename files, then it's probably not the only solution.

The solution that I posted later in this thread viewtopic.php?f=6&t=88480&p=448061#p429051 which is also from IBM works for me. The only issue is that you need to change the registry settings again when you install a new version of VirtualBox.

Re: Virtualbox problem with Trusteer Rapport

PostPosted: 5. May 2019, 21:03
by JorgeOC
Thank you very much for the observation, I donĀ“t know how I missed it.I will try it and in case of problems I will come back. Regards

Re: Virtualbox problem with Trusteer Rapport

PostPosted: 6. May 2019, 00:16
by JorgeOC
Sorry to say, I followed zatz instructions and still not working. I do not know what else to do. I enclose log file. Any help will be appreciated.
Regards

Re: Virtualbox problem with Trusteer Rapport

PostPosted: 14. May 2019, 06:28
by JorgeOC
I'm happy to say that VM is working now. I did not do anything else to fix it. Besides I do not have tu run the command "sc start vboxdrv" everytime I boot my PC. The VBoxDrv key values start remains as 3 and Type as 2. The only event was a Windows update, I would doubt it fixed it. Anyway thanks for the help.

Re: Virtualbox problem with Trusteer Rapport

PostPosted: 13. Aug 2019, 20:40
by allanpcat
Well, a year on from Trusteer Rapport being aware of this bug, their program is still stopping the VM machine loading OS's with a 'box hardening' error. I've tried reloading the latest version of Trusteer Rapport and still the same bug. Fortunately, uninstalling Trusteer Rapport re-enables Virtualbox. I'm sick of this and will now take my chances of using online banking without Trusteer Rapport.

Re: Virtualbox problem with Trusteer Rapport

PostPosted: 13. Aug 2019, 20:54
by scottgus1
@allanpcat, There were a couple solutions above that seem to have worked for folks.

Another alternative: run Trusteer Rapport inside a Virtualbox guest? (I don't use this software so I don't know if it would work or not.)