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  1. Every now and then I get messages from Windows Security telling me that there is something wrong. Windows Security > Settings > Manage Providers > Antivirus then shows that Windows Defender Antivirus is switched on and ESET Security is switched off, but Windows Security > Settings > Manage Providers > Firewall shows that ESET Firewall is switched on and Windows Firewall is switched off. The Start screen of ESET Internet Security says that I'm protected though, and I tend to believe that. It seems to me ESET Internet Security isn't telling Windows that it's antivirus part is active. Is this a common issue? Temporarily switching off and back on of ESET's protection cures the problem, but only for once. I tried to fix things more permanently by running the following commands that I found on the internet: dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth sfc /scannow This seemed to improve things for a while, but after some time the problem popped up again. P.S. I'm using Windows 10 Home version 2004 and ESET Internet Security version 14.0.22.0.
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  2. Same problem here (Dropbox v111 - the lastest stable to the date). On the second computer, no problem with Dropbox v112 (early updates enabled). It's apparently a problem on Dropbox side since they have release the version 112 fixing this issue: https://www.dropboxforum.com/t5/Dropbox-desktop-client-builds/Beta-Build-112-3-254/td-p/476277 If you cannot update to Dropbox version 112, you can temporarily set Dropbox client to ignore in SSL/TLS filter.
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  3. It's not like Apple to all of a sudden update an OS. Eset should have had plenty of time to update their product to be Big Sur compatible. No excuses!.
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  4. I too am disappointed that ESET does not work with MacOS Big Sur. Is my only option to just wait a month for a possible fix and in the meantime just hope that I don't have a problem - or switch to another virus protection vendor? Yikes!
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  5. Shame, shame. How come company like ESET can even afford this amateur approach! I upgraded to Big Sur, I was left with unusalbe firewall. I paid for a functioning product, not this joke.
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  6. actually this is a really good idea. if it's possible, i'd love to see it implemented in the future.
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