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    We have noticed the hash rule works better using Software Restriction policies rather than path. Hash keeps it from opening regardless of where it is stored.

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    The hash rule will only really work with the launcher exe. What happens if they run the FTB or Tekkit launcher? Or use a macro in excel to execute java and the jar directly?

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