Nod32 and OA Question

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  1. Escalader

    Escalader Registered Member

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    I have a client who wants me to install these 2 in tandem. I have no problem with that but both of the latest vesrions of these 2 have web control features.

    Q 1 Should I turn off one of these if possible?
    Q 2 If yes for Q1 which one should stay on?


    Yes I'll try to exclude them from each other.

    This thread is NOT a "my FW or AV" is better than yours....please..
     
  2. The Red Moon

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    When i used OA and avast i always turned the OA webshield off.Although even with both of them running i never experienced any issues.:D
     
  3. Escalader

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    Hello Beethoven1770:

    Can you tell me what your reasons were for that choice?

    I am not challenging you at all just want to understand. :D
     
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    I have never seen OA webshield in action.
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    note that OA's web Shield is not a true Web Filter/protocol scanner but more a DNS/domain checker based on whitelist, so no conflicts normally, just maybe slowdowns in some system.
     
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