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With earlier builds you could use a couple of CMD commands to start & stop Immunet without rebooting. With the new Immunet 6 builds that is no longer possible unfortunately. My advise would be to simply go into Settings and turn off everything if you wish to disable the real-time protection. Just don't forget to re-configure the Settings back to the way you had them afterwards! Why would you want to disable all of the real-time protection anyway?

For Windows Updates (or any other software installer I know is safe & legit) I usually "disable Monitor Program Install & Blocking Mode only" prior to installation just to speed things up a bit.
 

Adding exclusions to Immunet is relatively easy. Go into Settings and scroll down to Exclusions and click on that. I usually like to use the "Browse" feature to find the right file path for the Exclusion I want by searching my OS  C:\ drive and just click on the file/folder path once you locate it. Then click on Add Exclusion. You can manually type in the correct file path too. 

Just remember that once a file/folder is excluded it will no longer be scanned for malware so use this feature very judiciously. The fewer exclusions you use the better for your overall system's protection.
 

Regards, Ritchie...

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