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Roll back to the previous KIS version (2.1.15.XX)?


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Please suggest how I can roll back to version 21.1.15.XX and make it never updating to 21.2.XX. I hate the castrated customization options in version 21.2.XX and do not want to use this build. Thanks.

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Thanks, only if it brings back the customization options available in older versions (what to do with “suspect” files, what to do with external drives, etc). If the interface is as castrated as in 21.2.XX, the answer is no, thanks. In that case I likely will switch to some other product (after 20+ years of using Kaspersky!)

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Thanks, only if it brings back the customization options available in older versions (what to do with “suspect” files, what to do with external drives, etc). If the interface is as castrated as in 21.2.XX, the answer is no, thanks. In that case I likely will switch to some other product (after 20+ years of using Kaspersky!)


Hello,

I don’t know what’s meaning of “suspect” files, If you mean you needn’t product detect potential unwanted application (PUA), you can disable related settings:

what to do with external drives

I wish this will help you to understand the product function.

Regards.

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Thanks, found, they moved from the place where I used to access these items previously. Perhaps will survive. But had not seen so many annoying pop-up warning messages in any of the previous build...

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Thanks, found, they moved from the place where I used to access these items previously. Perhaps will survive. But had not seen so many annoying pop-up warning messages in any of the previous build...


Hello,

They could be disabled via the some settings. such as disable some product adv settings in notification section and disable some screen alarm in system aduit notification settings and ignore some recommand advices in product protection center. @Flood and Flood's wife will kindly help you.

Regards.

 

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