I definitely agree. I would also like to see a way to control pausing protection. There are three options right now when I disable my policy. Pause for a set duration, pause until next restart, and pause until resumed. If we can control these three options, that would be amazing. Such as limiting how long a set duration can be paused for and graying out the other two options.
My reasoning for this is some of our users are not very technically smart so enforcing anti-virus and firewall to stay on at all times but allowing users to build exceptions to the list can be way over their heads. When a program needs to be installed, downloaded, or just accessed and Kaspersky has a false-positive, it can be a pain to get them access. A few of our users are traveling, including myself sometimes, and our environment is pretty relaxed since many people need to install different programs for the projects they are working on.
With allowing users to pause protection, it will give them ability to access files that they mean to access with little to no technical knowledge. If we can control the options within the pause protection feature, I could limit the pause duration time to 15 minutes and gray out the other options. This will prevent users from just keeping Kaspersky constantly off since we know all users try their best to get around security measures =P