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  1. stapp

    NEW Beta 10432

    Auto updated without issue. Lots of different items in the defs Just wondering why there is no info shown for this in the BB list
  2. Win 10 2004 EAM 10390 EAM had a little issue auto updating at boot this morning. Managed it manually. a2guard_20200915044143(6540).zip
  3. Can you say what operating system you are using. Also what Emsisoft product (EAM or EEK) What build number of it are you using ? How long has this problem been going on? Can you access the internet for other things such as browsing etc?
  4. No issue with autoupdate. ''Tweaks and Fixes'' ? Any info?
  5. The reason I posted was because the manual update button showed no response yesterday when on network lockdown. I shall test it again later. I can understand why you have posted the warnings (even if the lock is shown on the EAM taskbar icon)
  6. I see that the way you have gotten around this is to give no notification at all now when the 'ok' button is pressed to clear all logs and reset folders. The only reason you know it has been successful is that Forensics is empty.
  7. Win 10 2004 Beta 10381 May I ask why it has been decided to show this when using network lockdown? EAM updates are no longer allowed through when in lockdown. They used to be. I was slightly confused with the 2nd warning as there was no X to close it but then seen it was movable. Trouble was it was in the way of my CCleaner ''run Cleaner button''. I use EAM network lockdown as a quick way to stop the CCleaner phone home etc
  8. https://support.emsisoft.com/topic/33516-why/?tab=comments#comment-205633
  9. Auto updated without issue. Windows 10 2004
  10. If you click on the 'Details' tab at the top of the Task Manager it should show which part of EAM is using the CPU (a2guard, a2service or a2start)
  11. I'm sure the devs will let us know (welcome to the senile club !!)
  12. Does it make any difference if you untick Start on Windows Start Up in Advanced Settings?
  13. Didn't pick that up when I read your post. Good point. Actually having Disable for both the 'Pause' option and the 'Protection Status' is confusing. It should say Pause for 10 minutes etc.
  14. Just guessing here Marko, but that is how I would expect it to behave. A new Windows session starts everything over again ?