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MilanBortel

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  1. Ok, I got it Maybe it'll help other guys as well
  2. Hi everyone, I wanted to improve my custom tools and tried to set up PING: TOOL: ping EXECUTABLE FILE NAME: %WINDIR%\System32\PING.EXE WORKING DIRECTORY: %WINDIR% COMMAND LINE: <host_ip> -n 1 Obviously, that command runs ok, but the commandline window disappears immediately after command is completed.. Any way I could keep it opened? If it was standard .bat file, I would use PAUSE at the end... Thanks for any help, Milan
  3. Hello Rich, I finally got to reinstall new version of Kaspersky Total Security (19.0.0.1088-b), but with no effect. Spam emails are still not filtered in my Outlook 2013 (15.0.5059.1000) x64. What is interesting, in my other PC with Win7 and Outlook 2010 it does work normally even with the previous version of Kaspersky Total Security.. So it's the matter of different OS and Office versions.. Any ideas now? Thanks, Milan
  4. Hi Rich, before any uninstall / install I want to know better the consenquences.. I do have multiple backup tasks. I suppose these would be deleted and I'd need to recreate it again? Why there's not a simple upgrade to 2019 version? I know that there's an option to export/import settings, will this include the backup options and tasks? Milan
  5. Hi everyone, SW: Windows 8.1 Home x64 Build 9600 + MS Office 2013 x64 15.0.5049.1000 Kaspersky Total Security 18.0.0.405(i) Issue: spam filter doesn't work - it stopped working after updating Kaspersky few weeks ago.. And now it doesn't work at all.. Previously, it did catch some of the spam mails, though. I tried to turn off/on the Anti-Spam module, without any effect. Any ideas? Thanks, Milan
  6. I'm not sure what you mean by only Outlook add-in or MAIL AV ... I'm attaching the policy, for you to check.. KES11_workstation_policy.klp
  7. Hi, the PCs are: Windows 7 Pro 32bit (6.1, Build 7601: SP1), Windows 10 Enterprise 32bit (1511, Build 10586.164) KSC running on: Windows Server 2008 R2 64bit (6.1, Build 7601: SP1) KL versions: KSC 10.5.1781, KSC NA 10.5.1781, KES 11.0.0.6499 Policy settings: General settings - Exclusions: Monitored Ports: ALL network ports Mail Threat Protection settings: General: Scope: incoming/outgoing messages Connectivity: POP3/SMTP/... check + Additional MS Office ext... check Scan of comp.files: scan attached archives ... check + scan attached Office formats...check Att.filter: Delete att of selected types: *.bat, *.cmd, *.com, exe, js, jse, msi, php, scr, vbe, vbs Aditional: scan methods: Heuristic + medium scan That's it Milan
  8. Hi everyone, we probably found a bug in Mail Threat Protection. I have a policy settings for attachment filter (*.php file), which is listed to be renamed/deleted (tried both types). If I send an email from Windows Live Mail (Win7) to Windows 10 Mail App (standard MS store app), that filter is not applied. So, the attachment arrives without any renaming/deleting. If the same group machines (same policy) send the mail from windows live mail to windows live mail, attachment filter works just fine Any ideas? Cheers, Milan
  9. Hey all, does anyone know, what to set up so Kaspersky doesn't block IE from accesing user's certificates? If I turn off Kaspersky, web works perfectly, if it's activated the logon using certificate won't work. Thanks for your help Milan
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