DisableWhiteAppSaveHash method disables saving hash of an executable, added to the white applications’ list. Thus, it becomes possible to add to the white applications’ list an application, which has not been actually installed at the moment of its adding to the white applications’ list.
Return Values DisableWhiteAppSaveHash method returns TRUE if the command succeeds. Otherwise, FALSE is returned.
Note: When applying DisableWhiteAppSaveHash method, take into consideration that authenticity of the executable, added to the white applications’ list, won’t be checked, when this executable is trying to access a hidden file. The executable’s authenticity won’t be checked even if EnableWhiteAppSaveHash method is applied afterwards, because hash of this executable will be absent.