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Finally stop IP-Guard(?)

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at first i just want you to excuse my bad english!

Now my question:

How can i finally stop the IP-Guard (i don't know if this is the right word, in german it is "IP-Schutz"). If i tick the box off, it will be ticked again after the next restart, but i don't want to use this and i don't want to tick it after every restart.

If this is possible, i would be glad to get an answer!


b.exe from Germany

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Greetings :lol: .

Please review the information here paying particular attention to where it says

2) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware | startipdisabled

Description: With a DWORD value of 1, IP blocking will start disabled on reboot, although it can be enabled subsequently.

That will disable it on startup but you can still enable it manually if you choose to do so.

I hope I've been helpful. If you need anything else just post :lol: .

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You're welcome :lol: .

I'll see if I can walk you through it:

  • In regedit right click in the white space on the right side of the screen and hover your mouse over the word New and select DWORD Value from the list
  • Right click on New Value #1 that you just created and select Rename and type startipdisabled and press Enter
  • Now double click on startupdisabled and delete the 0 and type 1 and click on OK
  • Close regedit and reboot your PC to make sure that it worked

Please let me know how it goes.

Thanks :lol: .

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