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I downloaded Eset Smart Security Premium and I went to Eset Anti Theft. So, i logged in using my account email and password...then i wanted to see what will happen if i marked it as missing but my laptop is here with me i just wanted to test...so once i was done marking the device as missing, suddenly it restarted and boom!!! All my data is now with ESET, first i couldn't find my files at download, documents, pictures, videos, and then at my another disk New Volume (D:) theg said access denied so i change owner and i put under my name then its saying failed to enumerate file....i realised suppose to put my admin name not my real name but still it cane the same thing (failed to enumerate file) but this time all my data was there in hp. Then the next day, i got problem with the browser and it say that it has got to do with firewall issue then i check the windows defender firewall and it said these settings are being managed by vendor application ESET Smart Security Premium and it shows private network not connected and guest or public networks connected with both of the networks having wrong sign. 

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Enabling Anti-Theft creates a so-called phantom account which is not password protected. You should still be able to log into your own account, however. Logging into the phantom account is considered a suspicious operation and is reported to the Anti-Theft portal.

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What did you exactly do? I assume that you enabled Anti-Theft, created a phantom account and then marked the machine as missing? If so, did you mark it as recovered then? Afterwards Windows should log in to your default account like it was before.

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