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Startup Immunet When Connecting To Intenet

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hello there,

 

it's that simple, I'm usually not connected to the internet on system startup, as I understand, immunet is nothing better than conventional AV when it's not connected, (& I have another AV already), so my question is, how can I make immunet should start not on system startup (consuming cpu cycles & memory on nothing useful), but on internet connection?

thanks (& sorry for my broken english, as you can see, it's not my native language).

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Guest Orlando

Immunet use automatic internet at startup. So your firewall can block it, read our guides about. If you use Windows Firewall read here.

 

Orlando

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Immunet use automatic internet at startup. So your firewall can block it, read our guides about. If you use Windows Firewall read here.

 

Orlando

thanks for replying, but will I gain any performance from that? I think the opposite is true, as the firewall will fight with immunet at each startup.

also, how will immunet start when I connect to the internet? I will have to enable it manually (& disable it again manually before shutting down the computer so it doesn't load at startup)? I am too lazy...

is there a better way?

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I didn't understand the real problem... Immunet Protect when computer starts it runs automatic and uses internet automatically to connect to the cloud.

If some of this processes aren't automatic there are some problem.

 

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