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  1. First of all I hate motion smilies, how can I be rid of them? Now, for why I'm here this forum and some other sites shared a password that was recently compromised, not by this site. I changed my password to hQPoZ%Mpd2Xw6rjFS7VQjLlhyXMBE3uDiQ20jWJ^Gd%gMFH&^HzvhOT0LPiziH*!ETu@IZcz3OVUCVaKWj&K$nJxN@ECoV!258yw and the forum acted like everything was fine. I logged out and attempted to log back in and the site told me my password was to long. The site wouldn't tell me how long my password was allowed to be. I hit the forgot password link and found the capatcha very difficult to work with, I probably had to enter it more than half a dozen times before it accepted one for no particular reason. Then the forum emailed me a secure password, but in the clear, that's fine, but then it didn't have me change the password on login. Now I need to change my password again but you give me no hint as to what the password limit is. In this day of security breaches (I've had 7 accounts compromised in the past two years, not counting heartbleed) and password managers you should be allowing passwords well beyond 100 characters. Darn! You can't even handle a 40 character password like cD69RwjzHvrJiXCngs^U$xa%YBgO#y$w$#H2VV#b same problem!
  2. Rodion Nagornov this is what I typically get when I engage with tech support. Tech support wanting to answer half the question, and get rated 5 stars. Go0g3n sees you didn't answer the question either. Allow me to repeat myself, here's what I need; "I need a KIS 2013 one shot command line silent install with password, and config file exempting Teamviewer and allowing it through the firewall after which I will be able to remotely control the computer with Teamviewer on Windows Vista x64 Home." The part you answered was "I need a KIS 2013 command line silent install" As for the command to install KIS I still need everything in one command and I still need to know how to, in the same command set a password and supply a config file that exempts Teamviewer and disables the self defenses against Teamviewer.
  3. So, I'm helping a friend out who has is disabled. I need to install KIS remotely! I've found Kaspersky Internet Security to be a great product. It has defended this users computer from multiple idiots he's permitted to use his computer from downloading viruses while browsing illegitimate porn sites. His subscription expired and he choose to buy Mcafee, that was a disaster 4 months in I found a trojan on his computer, tons of spyware, and internet explorer was taking up half the screen with toolbars. My friend is intelligent, but lacks a proper understanding of computing basics such as the difference between the address and the search bars, what a title bar is or even what a browser is. He also had a stroke and has nerve damage in the vertebrae of his neck and can't use his right hand properly which he uses for everything. To get this joker to download and run Teamviewer took an hour and fifteen minutes long distance, therefore, here is what I need. I need a KIS 2013 one shot command line silent install with password, and config file exempting Teamviewer and allowing it through the firewall after which I will be able to remotely control the computer with Teamviewer on Windows Vista x64 Home. It will be several months until I'm in the users area physically. Thanks.
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