windows defender issues? & other AV issues?
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Mon Jan 7 11:47:26 EST 2019
Bob Sneidar wrote:
> We disable Windows Defender via group policy. A lot of IT
> administrators do. It's not that it's a bad product, it's that
> there are alternatives in the marketplace that provide a great
> many more features, like central management and distribution
> of policies, which can universally whitelist folders on all
> domain controlled workstations.
> For the non-domain systems in a small office with a limited budget,
> Defender is a great solution as an endpoint malware product. However,
> these are the issues they will encounter, not just with LC apps but
> with others.
Do you know what Defender is doing that other more full-featured
packages aren't in terms of application performance impairment?
In my searches I've found many explanations of the impact of the
problem, but nothing about its cause, not even whether Microsoft intends
to repair Defender to work more efficiently.
I'm hoping we can pin down the difference between apps affected by
Defender and those that run unimpaired, so we might consider whatever
changes may be needed to LC to put it into the latter category.
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