ConfigureDefender - for configuring Windows built-in Defender settings

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  1. TerryWood

    TerryWood Registered Member

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    Hi @ Wilders

    Recently installed Configure Defender on Windows 10 (Windows Defender fully operating) and I think I have set it on High setting by following the instructions in the folder ie High Button, then Refresh Button then Reboot

    When I then open Config Defender there is no way I can determine which level Config Defender is set to ie Default, High, Max. I would have expected at least the High Button to be highlighted.

    The image I have enclosed shows Basic Defender Settings underneath the three Buttons.

    My question is:- How do I know which Protection Level has been set?

    Is there something I am not doing?

    Thanks

    Terry
     

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  2. Gandalf_The_Grey

    Gandalf_The_Grey Registered Member

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    It's on High.
    Click on Default, look at the values show. Then click on High and look again at the values shown.
     
  3. TerryWood

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    Hi Gandalf_The_Grey

    Thanks for that.

    Terry
     
  4. Gandalf_The_Grey

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  5. Gandalf_The_Grey

    Gandalf_The_Grey Registered Member

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    ConfigureDefender 3.0.1.0 beta 2
    https://malwaretips.com/threads/configuredefender-utility-for-windows-10.79039/page-65#post-953239
     
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2021
  6. EASTER

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  7. Gandalf_The_Grey

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    You're welcome @EASTER :thumb:
    Andy did a great job improving ConfigureDefender and making it compatible with Windows 11.
     
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