Recently I uninstalled CFW v5 and installed CIS v6, replacing my CFW v5 and MSE security config on 2 machines
All is well except now when I shutdown windows, on both machines it takes several minutes
Before this was seconds
I think that CIS is showing me an alert and awaits my input (which i cannot give because of the shutdown)
I checked the eventlog and checked the D+ events. Only wininit.exe trying to create logonui.exe did not have an related alert behind its entry
This is what I tried so far:
Added wininit.exe and logonui.exe to trusted files in file rating
Created ‘Allowed application’ rules in D+ for wininit.exe and loginui.exe
Shutting down and booted with trainingmode on for both FW and D+. this works, but setting back to paranoid mode D+ and safemode FW brought back the long shutdowntime
I am not sure what you mean by ‘It depends how far you go in Paranoid Mode’
Is there a degree in how far you implement paranoid mode?
I think/hope i did a clean install by ininstalling and installing the downloaded cis exe
I added wininit.exe to the rules letting it be an allowed application, but still no luck
Is there any way to see which alerts were unanswered?
I am still not sure why trainingmode did not add rules. This because in trainingmode the shutdown is within seconds.
Must I shortly enable ‘create rules for trusted files’ in D+ settings? I thought i had that enabled when i tried, but could try again though
It may not have saved any of them as you did not have the box checked.
If you really want to start again the easy way instead of uninstall/reinstall is to go to Advanced/ configurations/import then in the import screen go to C:\ProgramFiles\Comodo\Comodo Internet Security select the one you want there should be three Internet/Firewall/Proactive chose a different name Proactive Security 1