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In a thread from last year it was discussed that Immunet 6.0  "...only protects 32 bit processes at this time."

64 bit yet?  In 6.0.8?

Thank you!

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Hello everyone,

So as of right now 64-bit processes are not protected by Immunet?

I will say I do understand that Immunet is capable (and I would imagine even recommended) to be run alongside supported Antivirus programs/suites (which of course should protect 64-bit processes). Please inform me if I am mistaken and/or overlooking anything.

Thanks in advance.

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You can run Immunet next to OTHER software suites. Just make sure you add an exception in the Immunet options for the other software.

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16 hours ago, Wookiee said:

You can run Immunet next to OTHER software suites. Just make sure you add an exception in the Immunet options for the other software.

Yes, I will be running it alongside a tested and supported AV suite. However, thanks for letting me know about adding the exception.  ?


Also, I have one simple question aside from my previous post. Immunet should/does work fine on Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard Edition, correct? I've already searched the forum and found some threads asking this same question and while some people had issues, they were generally fixed by restarting the server (I suppose after the Immunet installation). The specific thread I'm referencing when I mention restarting (what I assume to be the server and not Immunet) isn't old, but it also isn't brand new so that's why I wanted to go ahead and ask this question real quick.

Reference Thread:  http://support.immunet.com/topic/3653-windows-server-2012-r2-v60810638-not-scanning-non-system-drives/

Thanks again!

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Hostname, Windows Server 2012 R2 is a "supported platform" and you are correct. There have been some past issues with Immunet & 2012 R2 reported. However the devs do take any bugs seriously and try to fix these issues.

Cheers, Ritchie...

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