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Annoying - Security Center Alerts

Posted on 2004-10-12
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i hate these alerts so i changed the way "Security Center alerts me" unchecking all three options, BUT the first one (firewall related) does NOT save my preference and every time i restart the computer it says about the risk and the %^#$%&# icon in the tray.

Do you know a way to permanent turn off this "feature"?

Thanks in advance.


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the value is there, and it dont need to be changed in the registry, the option is in the applet. But my problem is that when i restart the comp, it keeps sending the alert

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Too annoying, I reinstalled operating system.

Thanks for your help
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No Problem..

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