Turning off GPG-Agent on default install of GPG4Win 2.0.0

Allen Schultz allen.schultz at gmail.com
Wed Sep 9 05:45:39 CEST 2009

Henk M. de Bruijn wrote:
> I checked but even after setting off the option to install GPA. The
> relevant files are still installed and when closing the preference menu
> a menu keeps on popping up about GPA and the passphrase.
> I don't know which files are involved.

I think I figured ot what is acting as the gpg-agent in this newer
install. Since they dropped WinPT and added Kleopatra, the interface
changed to this (to me) annoying pinentry.exe asking for my passphrase.
I think I will install component by component myself and try it out that

Allen Schultz
PS: Please see attached VCF attachment for contact and GPG key info.
Signature.asc requires GPG/PGP to be installed to verify signature.
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