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  1. Back again! I found the solution here immediately after posting - https://support.eset.com/en/kb8339-upgrade-your-eset-product-for-macos-for-macos-13-ventura-support This worked for me! Good luck 🙂 Cheers, Deadset
  2. Hi! I have exactly the same problem. I have an MI Mac and just updated to OS Ventura. Then updated Cyber Security Pro to v 6.11.404.0. I now keep getting the 'Your computer is not fully protected' message. It asks me to enable 'ESET Device Control' under Preferences>Privacy & Security>Full Disk Access, but the option 'ESET Device Control' does not appear in the list. Both 'ESET Cyber Security Pro' and 'ESET Real-time File System Protection' appear in the list and are enabled. Any bright spark out there got a solution? Cheers, Deadset
  3. Hi Marcos. Thank you for the suggestion. That is an option. It may make my peripherals work better in the short term - but it will not solve the fundamental problem with NOD Antivirus. The thing I want to resolve is the problem it has with 'Device Control'. Cheers & thanks, Angus
  4. Hi! I am running a fully updated version of ESET Nod32 Antivirus on a Windows 10 PC. After the latest update of the ESET software, I am getting a message saying 'Device Control is not fully functional'. It then suggests that this problem can be resolved by a restart of the PC. I have performed several restarts, but the problem is not resolved. I am now having a lot of trouble with my USB connected speakers and web cam, and suspect that this is related to the NOD32 Antivirus problem. Any one have any bright ideas on how to fix this? Cheers & thanks, Angus
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