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  1. I tried again to install the latest version, and the same thing happened as yesterday. So i logged in to the admin-account to see if that would help to solve the problem. Then i saw the restriction for other accounts. And how the H-E-L-L should anyone know that Emsisoft has set the default permissions to restrict access to USER-accounts !?!?!? Very clever.... Who is the braindead idiot that decided to do such a stupidity !? If i want to restrict access to the settings for some accounts then i will do it myself. It is NOT up to Emsisoft to decide, and certainl
  2. Yes, i know all that. It´s possible to restrict access to the settings so that only some user fx. admins can change them. I did that on a friends computer (with mutiple user-accounts) that i administered. I arranged it so the settings could only be changed from two accounts, from my USER-account on that computer, and from the ADMIN-account. But i have NOT restricted access, i have not changed anything so i should be able to change all settings. And note what i said above: "After reboot some settings are "grey": Surf Protection , File Guard, Behaviour Blocker, and
  3. I tried installing 2017.7.0.7838 instead. Now i got 2017.9.0.8006 !? The settings are still grey, as described above.
  4. I installed EAM 2017.9.0.8006 After reboot some settings are "grey": Surf Protection , File Guard, Behaviour Blocker, and EVERYTHING under "Settings". And Protection status, Pause protection, Shutdown protection are also grey when i right-click on the EAM-icon in the taskbar. When updating EAM installed a "newer version", now it says 2017.7.0.7838. This is weird because the latest available versions on https://www.emsisoft.com/en/software/antimalware/ is: "Version 2017.9.0.8006 — Released: 10/02/2017 For Windows 7/8.1/10, 32 & 64 bit" So EAM downgraded to an
  5. OK. I just wanted to clarify that Comodo doesn´t do that.
  6. As i said above: "Comodo Firewall also has a HIPS (called Defence + in older versions) which, depending on the settings, can be a bit annoying... But the settings can be changed, and the HIPS can be disabled, you don´t have to use it..." I said: "You have to be alert when you install software, not just Comodo Firewall... Otherwise you might get unwanted "extras"." It seems that you misunderstood me. What i meant was that you might get parts of Comodo Internet Security (CIS) that you do not want, fx. Comodo Antivirus. I did not mean that Comodo is trying to make yo
  7. You have to be alert when you install software, not just Comodo Firewall... Otherwise you might get unwanted "extras". I haven´t installed Comodo Firewall for a long time, i´m still using v7, so i don´t know how it looks nowadays during installtion, but the last time i tried a newer version there was options to select some or all part of Comodo Internet Security. But that´s a subject for Comodos own forum... Anyway, Comodo Firewall works well together with Emsisoft Antimalware, which is why i recommended it.
  8. I know this forum is not about Comodo Firewall, but i have to make a few comments about your post.... Nag ??? I have been using Comodo Firewall for years, and i have never seen or had any problems with "nagging"... It will alert you when something important is happening, but it´s supposed to do that isn´t it ? However, Comodo Firewall also has a HIPS (called Defence + in older versions) which, depending on the settings, can be a bit annoying... But the settings can be changed, and the HIPS can be disabled, you don´t have to use it... But having a firewall or HIPS
  9. No, i did not post that ! I confirmed that i had the same problem, as it might be helpful for you to know that Cristian is not the only one afftected. Then i added a comment about the cause of my problems, your forced upgrade to EEK 11... But i understand that you don´t want to hear about it...
  10. I got the same problem (with EEK 11) yesterday... Only EAM installed, no other Antimalware-programs. I fixed it by deleting the whole EEK-folder, and reinstalling EEK 10.... This is one good example of why you should never force upgrades to new versions to be installed on your customers computers....
  11. Is it only via the GUI, or does this also include "commandline" updating with a2cmd/u ?
  12. What are these "Update Settings" (Beta, Stable, Delayed) ? I know what it means in EAM... But does this means that EEK is now also automatically updating to newer program versions ? If so, how do i disable it ? There are no settings to change in a2settings.ini... I don´t want any automatic program updates, if i want a new version i will download and install it manually.
  13. Are you using CIS 8 ? From the thread Emsisoft Anti-Malware and COMODO Firewall: Try CIS 7 (7.0.317799.4142), that version works together with EAM (11.0.0.5984)
  14. IMPORTANT CORRECTION: I made a mistake when i posted above. "My" copy of CIS 7 (7.0.317799.4142) does not come from Filehorse ! I downloaded it directly from Comodo. So i can not verify that the checksum for CIS 7 from Filhorse matches Comodo´s own published numbers. It probably does, but that needs to be double-checked. It was an even older version of CIS that i downloaded from Filehorse..... I´m trying to get the "official" checksums from Comodo, then i will check the downloads from Filehorse.
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