Many products use helper DLLs to provide additional functionality to Windows. Examples of such DLLs are shell extensions that augment the functionality provided by the Windows File Open/File Save dialog. Sometimes these DLLs function perfectly in normal situation but cause problems with software tools like Memory Validator.
When such problems occur there is often only one solution – to prevent the shell extension from loading into the program that has the problem.
This tutorial is going to show you how to prevent (or explicitly allow) such third party extensions from loading into Memory Validator.
To configure which third party DLLs are prevented from loading into the target application you need to add DLLs to the list of DLLs shown.