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Immunet 3.0 Not Ready For Prime Time

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Hello all, hope you are numerous to read this post.

I purchased the latest Immunet Protect 3.0 for three PC's, all running Windows 7 Home Premium. One PC is 64bit, the other two 32bit. All three PCs are running PrevX3.05, Microsoft Securing Essentials, and Win7 Firewall.

Immunet installed without problems on two pcs but completely crashed a Dell 32bit system to such an extent that I had to restore the drive from backup. On to the other two PCs. On both the 32bit and 64bit systems after each boot/reboot the Immunet splash screen popped up and would not disappear until one manually closed the window. I queried this forum regarding the issue and was told to upgrade to version 3.0.1 BETA! This solution is simply not what one expects from a professional software firm. I use all of my PCs in a production environment and can ill afford to install Beta versions to test out someone else's more than shaky programming. Beyond the aggravation with the splash screen issue, I also noted that Immunet is not compatible with Norton Ghost 15 as it seems to reactivate the Windows Remote Differential Compression.

My moment of glory with Immunet Protect 3.0 was the uninstall routine. It simply does not uninstall! Also a definite mark of poor coding or is it deliberately poor coding? At any rate I finally removed most of Immunet Protect 3.0 using Revo Uninstaller Pro but I am still stuck with a plethora of useless registry entries that stubbornly refuse to be deleted - yet another sign of piss poor software. In conclusion, consider carefully whether to install, try or buy Immunet 3.0; it just isn't ready for prime time!

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I also noted that Immunet is not compatible with Norton Ghost 15 as it seems to reactivate the Windows Remote Differential Compression.

Hi français,

I can just comment on Immunet & Norton Ghost.

I have both Immunet Protect Free English version 3.0.0.18 64-bit & Norton Ghost 15 installed in my Windows 7 Pro SP1 64-bit OS computer.

No compatible problem, at all, for me! There must be anything else hampering Norton and/or Immunet for you. I have Immunet Free without Tetra or ClamAV - is that the reason?

Cheers,

sweidre

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