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In the latest version of NOD32 now there is no pause protection when you right click on the EAV icon. please report this to the developers to bring it back

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19 hours ago, Phoenix said:

In the latest version of NOD32 now there is no pause protection when you right click on the EAV icon. please report this to the developers to bring it back

I was just about to post the same but visited here and saw your post Phoenix  :)

I always found the pause protection useful if i was having problems with new software, it enabled me to rule out NOD32 from causing the problem.

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Pause protection can be found as follows:

- Open Eset NOD32 Antivirus 10

- Setup

- Computer Protection

- Real-time file system protection

- switch button to left

and you can make your choice.

It is still there, but a little bit more hidden.

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So much for user-friendliness and ease of use...

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Anyone from the ESET team care to reply to this concern? This is very annoying it takes so many steps to disable protection temporarily. I update my drivers a lot and prefer to have my AV disabled while I am installing the new driver to ensure 100% proper installation!

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32 minutes ago, Phoenix said:

Anyone from the ESET team care to reply to this concern? This is very annoying it takes so many steps to disable protection temporarily. I update my drivers a lot and prefer to have my AV disabled while I am installing the new driver to ensure 100% proper installation!

At first I thought the same Phoenix but now I've tried it a few times it makes sense to hide the option away. It was too easy before to disable protection.

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The point is for it to be easy. Users that need to disable protection will disable it regardless, and it's just a PITA to have to jump through hoops to do so. I personally hate having to do two mouse clicks when one would be enough. In this case it's at least 5 or 6 mouse clicks more than it used to be.

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 I have the latest Eset Nod 32 antivirus installed on my Win 10 Pro computer and I still have the pause protection option. I just right click on my icon in my taskbar and it's right there. Left click on pause protection and a pop up comes up and asks me how long I want to disable protection. I upgraded from version 9 and did not do clean install of 10. Just an in place upgrade from version 9. Not sure why so many people are not seeing the option.

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@ ram1220

You do not have the latest version then. When it was a right-click away, I'm sure people did not do it accidentally. I have just stubled across it and I would like it back as a right-click please...NOW ;-).

 

DrT

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On 4/17/2017 at 1:13 PM, DrTeeth said:

@ ram1220

You do not have the latest version then. When it was a right-click away, I'm sure people did not do it accidentally. I have just stubled across it and I would like it back as a right-click please...NOW ;-).

 

DrT

 I sure do. Just upgraded before I posted my prior message. 

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15 minutes ago, ram1220 said:

 I sure do. Just upgraded before I posted my prior message. 

What version number of NOD32 are you showing ram1220?

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