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We have recently introduced 3 X new HP desktop workstations running Windows 10 (1809) - model HP EliteDesk G3. All 3 are running either KES 220.127.116.1199 or latest 18.104.22.16819. All 3 HP desktops are now regularly experiencing BSODs, sometimes 1 a week/1 a day during Kaspersky scheduled update, or multiple times a day. BSOD occurred with errors on fwpxclnt.sys on every occasion. We have been working with HP support to assist in resolving as we didn't initially believe Kaspersky was the cause as we run this version on other hardware such as Lenovo, etc with no issues. HP had us do a full software recovery, reinstall all application and the BSODs kept coming. From the minidumps and image diagnostics HP have ruled out any hardware fault with desktops and cannot find any obvious faults with drivers, etc. At this stage we plan to remove KES version 11 from these workstation and try downgrading to version 10 and will report back. If that fails we will troubleshoot further by running without KES at all. I see others within the forum has posted similar BSOD issues with KES 11 however none appear to have followup resolution. Can anyone comment on similar issues to ours and if resolved and how?