nod32 V3 i can't disable web & email

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  1. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    Hi
    i installed nod32 v3
    i disabled web & email protection
    i have only the real time engine ON

    but at every reboot the the web /email are on ! i disable and they after a reboot become on

    how can i disable for ever??

    i know they protect me , but i don't want them

    thanks
     
  2. proactivelover

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    please tell us why you want disable web /email protection?
    do you have another Antivirus for protecting web /email?
    these protection's are important for your pc security
     
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    It doesn't matter why he/she wants to disable those modules.
     
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    i can also see when you disable web/email protection and restart window the protection automatically enable
    eset provide only temporary disable these protection's not fully disable
    so you must always disable web/email protection every time OS Start
    and keep in mind eset provide different kind of method from these protection's to secure your pc from viruses
     
  5. mantra

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    but can i disable them for ever?

    1) i pay for 1 email , the provider gives me a powerfull antispam and antivirus
    so they are delete in the server

    2) i suft with proxy , my provider gives me proxie server
     
  6. mantra

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    does somebody able to disable them?
     
  7. proactivelover

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    in v2.7 you can disable web(imon)/email(emon) protection completely
    but in v3 temporary only
     
  8. Cosmo 203

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    As far as I can see, you can permanently disable e-mai-check and web-check, if you uncheck "files" in the respective ThreadSense-settings.

    This said, I would not do that. (But I may be useful for checking in some situation, if those protections are the culprit for any problem.)
     
  9. dyna

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    I used to like nod32 because of it's configurability, but it's gotten a lot less in v3.
    Not being able to disable things and the not being able to prevent creation of "infected items" folder in outlook is really ridiculous.

    Doing it in the home user version is...well still not good but i can understand why, but why also in the corperate version?

    Please change this behaviour !
    We as an IT service company are already reconsidering using another AV for new customers due to this. If we wanted a scanner without any control we would just go for Symantec or McAfee.
     
  10. mantra

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    i think symantec is him the real virus
    i bout norton av some year ago , and i can say it 's the the real virus
    don't know about mecafee
     
  11. proactivelover

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    where you from your language is coolo_O
     
  12. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    italy
    is so worse my english ?:shifty: :shifty:
     
  13. proactivelover

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    yes:argh:
     
  14. mantra

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    and you dude from where are you?
     
  15. proactivelover

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    i am from pakistan here we speak and write Urdu
     
  16. dyna

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    When i said symantec i meant the corporate AV software, not norton.
    It's slightly better but not by much, i was just trying to make a point. I just think it's a damn shame eset is taking that direction.

    As said i can understand these things in a home user version, but not in a corporate version. Maybe eset should also create different home and corporate version like symantec, mcafee and others do.
    (I know eset has already done this, but i once installed the home version as a test and couldn't really spot any differences in the scanner options, forgot to check if has options to connect to admin console but i suspect those will be missing.)
     
  17. slowdive

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    mantra's did you manage to disable permanently email protection?
    I also don't want it, no need since i don't use any pop3 account.
     
  18. mantra

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    well yes
    i unchecked every options in the module email , and i was able to disable it
    and at the reboot nod keeps the module off
    but if click on the icon , it changes the color and become orange
    and tells me that i have to enable it , but they are only warnings

    but the new nod is buggy so i like more stay sticky with 2.7 for now
     
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