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  1. Is it possible that Kaspersky's Software Cleaner is pointing to the 32 bit version of CCleaner? If you look in "C:\Program Files\CCleaner", there are two versions. One is 32 bit "CCleaner.exe" and another that is 64 bit "CCleaner64.exe". If you are running x64 version of Windows, then you most likely never launch the 32 bit version of CCleaner. Maybe just try running it occasionally to see if it stops.
  2. @alexandrebr I sent a PM to @Mefodys, and was given a registry fix that seems to be similar to what @cc2150dx linked to. There was a change in the upper filters hex data under "CurrentControlSet" and "CurrentControlSet001". Windows didn't freeze for me, but it did take a bit longer than usual to reboot after applying the fix. I haven't actually tried to perform a System Restore yet, but I no longer get the errors and I am able to create new Restore Points.
  3. I have this issue with KIS 2018. I used the kavremvr tool before installing Kaspsersky. Does the registry fix apply to this version as well? The links mentioned by richbuff aren't working.
  4. You can also try to install the add-on manually- In Firefox go to "about:addons" in the address bar or select "Add-ons" in the settings menu, and click the settings icon in the upper right. Select "Install Add-on From File..." Then navigate to the following directory and load "addon.xpi" from Kaspersky's install directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky Internet Security 16.0.1\FFExt\light_plugin_firefox\addon.xpi This works for me.
  5. Which version of KIS do you have installed? I'm pretty sure this is the latest extension version for KIS 2016 v16.0.1.445(d) - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/k...cgfdhgcejdaefmi This is for KIS 2017 - https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/k...acekaijdbbplhib I think the extension linked to in that support topic is outdated for KIS 2016. The first link I have above is what I find in my Chrome extensions now.
  6. Some of the limitations with Application Control losing settings are present in the current stable version of Windows 10. I have Windows 10 Pro x64 v1511 installed. https://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=354746
  7. I don't have the Windows 10 RS1 update either. I'm using Windows 10 Pro x64 v1511 (OS Build 10586.494). I have also enabled the option to defer upgrades in Windows.
  8. Good to know it's not just me. Sucks to hear it's happening in Win 7, because I was about to upgrade my old PC. I don't think your problem is due to importing the 2016 settings though. The first time I installed KIS 2017, I just uninstalled KIS 2016 normally without saving any settings, not even license info. I then rebooted and looked for any remnants and cleaned the registry with CCleaner, so there really shouldn't have been anything left over unless it was some obscure registry entry. I didn't try to import KIS 2016's settings at first, because I knew there were a lot of new features in KIS 2017 and I didn't want to risk something getting mucked up. It wasn't until after the settings were disappearing that I tried importing 2016's settings. Then when that failed, I uninstalled 2017, ran the Kaspersky removal tool just in case, and the settings were still screwy after re-installation, so I definitely give up for now. If you decide to keep trying, let us know if anything changes.
  9. It's definitely not just Metro apps. It's almost everything. I did notice 3rd party Metro apps (Weather Channel, Netflix) were affected. Kaspersky auto places them in an app control folder with a string of numbers for a title, so I put them in a folder with a proper name, but they usually revert to the original. I assume that's what the support article means by "limitations in categorizing Metro applications". Non-Metro programs get deleted/reorganized as well. I have Kaspersky set to manually place unknown apps into the Trusted category, and disabled the loading of rules by KSN. The only apps that seem to stay consistent are things that are running all the time, like system apps installed with the motherboard and Nvidia stuff. Some stuff will stick for a while, but not always. EVGA PrecisionX is immediately placed back into the Trusted category without a subfolder. Even something as common as CCleaner is inconsistent. I did clean reinstall KIS 2017 a couple of times. I even ran the Kaspersky removal tool & GetSystemInfo to see if anything was out of the ordinary, but nothing. I tried for a couple days to track down a pattern, but I gave up & went back to KIS 2016. I really like some of the new features in KIS 2017, but until I can see evidence that the Application Control is more stable, I'm gonna have to wait. On a side note, earlier versions of KIS used to have an option to prevent the deletion of application rules if unused for 60 days. I wish they would bring that option back.
  10. Many of my installed apps and custom folders/settings are being deleted after rebooting my PC or disabling/re-enabling Kaspersky. Is this a result of the limitations listed here under the "Application Control" section? http://support.kaspersky.com/12848 "Application Control (limitations in Edge web browser protection; limitations in categorizing Metro applications; limitations in applying customer settings toward certain applications)" I'm using Windows 10 Pro x64 v1511 (Build 10586.494)
  11. Sorry for the vague/fuzzy wording on my first reply. I'm pretty exhausted from trying to get these custom settings to stick for two days now, haha. I guess I'm going to have to start my own topic after all. If I can't get it sorted out soon, I'll have to revert to KIS 2016 for a while.
  12. As I said, I did successfully import the settings from KIS 2016 to KIS 2017. The Application Control settings were definitely carried over, but some of them started to be deleted after a few minutes. I had no problems with importing the settings from versions KIS 2015 to KIS 2016 last year, but I do this time around. I replied to this thread because I wanted to let you know it does work, but you may have problems after upgrading to KIS 2017.
  13. My custom Application Control settings keep getting deleted, usually after a reboot. I spent ALL day organizing everything and the settings just wont stick. After a couple of times manually inputting the settings, I saw this post and decided to try importing my KIS 2016 backup settings, and it's still deleting them. The old backup did seem to work for a minute though, so give it a try and let us know if you have better luck. I think it may be an issue with Windows 10. I saw this http://support.kaspersky.com/12848 This is listed as a problem: "Application Control (limitations in Edge web browser protection; limitations in categorizing Metro applications; limitations in applying customer settings toward certain applications)." Anyone else have the same problem?
  14. It seems to work if I have a Gmail account saved ("stay signed in" option checked), but not if I clear the history. I don't want to keep my email accounts saved, and I prefer to clear my history often. The options for the Secure Keyboard Input categories appear different from what is shown in the Kaspersky 2016 knowledge base- KIS 2016 Knowledge Base Knowledge Base screenshot- KIS 2016 settings screenshot- Some of the categories are missing/different. Is Gmail no longer supported by Secure Keyboard? I really don't want to resort to using the virtual keyboard.
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