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I install and uninstall a lot of programs

 

Most of the time, the install process in very slow because Immunet scans each files and most of the softwares that I test are developer versions that people in the Immunet community might not have used before I have installed it

 

SO

 

I think there needs to an Install Mode which you can access by right clicking the Immunet Taskbar icon and selecting Install Mode which in turn temporary shuts down the engines or makes Immunet neutral.

 

This really will help if you are installing Trusted Applications

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I install and uninstall a lot of programs

 

Most of the time, the install process in very slow because Immunet scans each files and most of the softwares that I test are developer versions that people in the Immunet community might not have used before I have installed it

 

SO

 

I think there needs to an Install Mode which you can access by right clicking the Immunet Taskbar icon and selecting Install Mode which in turn temporary shuts down the engines or makes Immunet neutral.

 

This really will help if you are installing Trusted Applications

Chris, we are gonna add a Whitelist/Blacklisting. The Whitelist I think, will be of safe files THAT WILL NOT be scanned. But it will in the later version, for now they are fixing bugs and everything. ;)

Cheers,

Armin.

 

 

 

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Chris Thomas

Well,checking the install file is not just for your security also provides trust infor to other people in the community,maybe immunet could check the digital signature and allow some FAMOUS producer like Microsoft or maybe allow us to edit the trust producer list,maybe this would solve the slight delay when installing trust applications.

 

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My main work stations are very fast with 4 and 8 GB of memory so I can't really say that I have noticed any slowdowns during installs. What I did notice is I have encountered numerous program install failures on one work station (new Windows 7 64-bit fresh install within the past 30 days) and on my Win 7 32-bit netbook that I just purchased a week ago. This is mostly with Microsoft software installs.

 

It finally dawned on me that Immunet 2 Pro might be part of the problem so I would go into task manager to kill the two processes. I have since discovered that this is curing my failed install and update problems. This is something that should be addressed as I never experienced such install errors in the past and I also never would disable any security protection prior to installs.

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My main work stations are very fast with 4 and 8 GB of memory so I can't really say that I have noticed any slowdowns during installs. What I did notice is I have encountered numerous program install failures on one work station (new Windows 7 64-bit fresh install within the past 30 days) and on my Win 7 32-bit netbook that I just purchased a week ago. This is mostly with Microsoft software installs.

 

It finally dawned on me that Immunet 2 Pro might be part of the problem so I would go into task manager to kill the two processes. I have since discovered that this is curing my failed install and update problems. This is something that should be addressed as I never experienced such install errors in the past and I also never would disable any security protection prior to installs.

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