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How to disable Real-time virus protection in Windows 2004?

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Does anyone know how I can permanently disable this. I can't stand how it deletes files that it thinks are "bad" when they aren't. I just built a new computer and can only disable it through the Settings panel, but when I reboot it automatically re-enables itself. I was able to permanently disable this on my old machine through group policy editor I believe, but looks like in the new 2004 update they made things a bit more difficult.


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Here and you can also setup exclusions ... 

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Be very careful, not something I'd recommend ... exclusions yes if you're absolutely sure, but I would never disable real-time protection.

Cheers, Rob.

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Rob, that's how I've been doing it. But that way only temporarily disables the real-time protection. Would using the Exclusions method be a permanent way to resolve the issue? Can I set an entire drive to the exclude list?


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30 minutes ago, captain420 said:

Can I set an entire drive to the exclude list?

Not your entire "C:" drive (or drive with OS on it), but you can for other drives.  No, the exclusion method would not impact your "bad files" issues related to real-time protection.  As indicated it's temporary ... but FYI, I've NEVER EVER needed to turn off real-time protection so whatever files you have, I'd be VERY cautious with them and you might want to fallow the white rabbit and figure out exactly how you know they "aren't bad"?

As far as I know it can't be turned off permanently in Win10 2004 and if you search for "Tamper Protection" you'll like get a message about IT and not to the item you need.

Cheers, Rob.

 

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I was attempting to download Lorby-Si's Add-on manager but it kept deleting it because it said it wasn't safe.


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