Prevx and Norton

Discussion in 'Prevx Releases' started by Mongol, Dec 22, 2010.

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  1. Mongol

    Mongol Registered Member

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    Anyone running Prevx 3 SOL with Norton Security Suite? If so do they get along with no hitches? Just wondering since I can get the latest version for 15 bucks thanks to a holiday gift card...:cool:
     
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    Cant speak for Norton "Suite", but NIS 2011 & Px 3.0 all good here in one XPSP3 set-up.
     
  3. Mongol

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    Thats actually what I meant to say NIS 2011. Good news they are compatible...cheers...:thumb: :D
     
  4. vojta

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    Exactly the same here. Not a problem. I use to set Prevx's self protection to medium or minimum to prevent sluggishness at start up.
     
  5. silverfox99

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    Yup, have been running prevx & NIS 2011 for many months (also with NIS2010 before Nov) & never had a problem. (Although see my other post thread - we are coming up for renewal and considering changing from NIS due to user interaction where NIS is unsure about file status).
     
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    This is my setup on Win7 64 and Win XP 32. No problems for me.
     
  7. Mongol

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    I'm trialing it now (NIS 2011 and Prevx 3) and things seem smooth...
     
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    This combination is great. NIS is absolutely great. They really made a great product and it'll eventually inhilate many other vendors out there. I do think Prevx will counter this with their new version though. And still, Prevx works absolutely fine beside NIS and adds an additional very, very strong layer.
     
  9. pegas

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    NIS & Prevx is the best security combo I have ever had and they coexist nicely without any hitches.
     
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    Cough.

    Wow, the first time I've heard that statement for many years.
     
  11. Heco

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    Hello all! :)

    PrevX 3 is NO MORE compatible with Norton Toolbar and IPS Addons (NIS 18.6.0.29) with FF 5 and New IE 9 Updated...

    They collide with each other :-( Hence the crashes one may encounter.

    Cheers,
    Herve
     
  12. Triple Helix

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    Give the new Beta a try? Sign up here: http://info.webrootcloudav.com/betasignup.asp

    TH
     
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    Thanks Triple Helix for your reply!
    Isn't ìt a source of conflicts with 2 AVs running at the same time (Webroot PrevX Beta and Norton AV included in NIS)?

    Cheers,
    Herve
     
  14. pegas

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    Don't be afraid. I am running the both without a single hitch.
     
  15. Knighthood

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    LOL me too. I gave up on it when it couldn't remove the virus. Not to mention the cost too.
     
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