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Partha

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  1. Like I said, I've already added the appropriate Programs Files folders to the relevant exclusions as advised, so that neither of the antivirus software scans the other's files I just want to know about the exception rule that ritchie58 was talking about in his post. Is it a firewall rule?
  2. I have added Immunet's Program Files folder to the excluded list of Windows Defender and vice versa, but I didn't understand the part about the exception rule that you referred to.
  3. I did just that but there's a question I want to ask. Normally after the installation of a third-party antivirus software, Windows Defender turns off automatically, but after I installed Immunet, Windows Defender is still enabled. Is that a normal behavior?
  4. Is it compatible or will it cause any issues?
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