you could always disable automatic updates and reduce your memory usage by 21MB. You would have to check for updates manually.
As LeoniAquila said, the next version of CAVS will have much less memory usage as well as many other improvements, including better detection, scanning and improved HIPS. I suspect it will be more configurable at installation also but we will have to wait and see.
Central management is another option that may become a reality for Comodo security software at some point in future.
Watch out for the next CAVS release as it sounds like it is going to be a huge improvement on the current version.
If you’re willing to get your hands dirty, you might try this for a remote-install/hips blocking on reboot work-around…
Install CAVS on a local machine; set it to have HIPS disabled. Find the registry key that contains this setting for CAVS (not sure what that key is, but it’s in there somewhere…), and export a copy of it.
When you do a remote install, BEFORE rebooting, import that registry key into the registry on that computer. Then reboot.
CAVS won’t be writing to the registry until after reboot, so when it does, it will have an entry already there, to disable HIPS.
Things like that work fine for the firewall; it should work on CAVS, too.
Central management, interesting for companies I guess. Good idea!
Of course, that is the correct setting. I meant that CAVS’s HIPS should be enabled if no CPF 3 is installed, but rather the stable 2.4. And like you wrote, CAVS 3 and CPF 3 should be compatible according to Melih! We certainly have even better protection to look forward to!