Secure Rules will disable or delete only newly added rules. Modification of rules (enable/disable) are not detected by Secure Rules. In the old implementation of Secure Rules, from version 184.108.40.206., Secure Rules was preventing also the operating system to touch the firewall rules, but it created more problems (freezing Start Menu, broken Windows Store installations, etc) on Windows 10 than it resolved. The solution is to remove these rules entirely, not only disable them. Then Microsoft will not be able to re-enable them because they will be missing. If you don't want to remove these rules, change their group to another one. The operating system usually enable/disable rules by their group name, not individually. So, if the group is not found, then they won't be enabled.