Windows 10: microsoft network realtime inspection service puts cpu to 100%

  1.    26 Jul 2015 #1

    microsoft network realtime inspection service puts cpu to 100%


    Since today (I have installed Plex Media Server) I got my PC to peek at 100% cpu because of microsoft network realtime inspection service.
    In Security Essentials (W7) there was the option in Defender to uncheck "Enable Network Inspection System".

    I can not find this option in Win10. The only option I have is to disable the Realtime protection entirely.

    Does anyone know how to turn of network inspection system or any other solution to this issue.

    Regards,

    Momoski

    I run Windows 10 Enterprise Insider Preview Build 10074.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  2.    02 Aug 2015 #2

    momoski said: View Post
    Since today (I have installed Plex Media Server) I got my PC to peek at 100% cpu because of microsoft network realtime inspection service.
    In Security Essentials (W7) there was the option in Defender to uncheck "Enable Network Inspection System".

    I can not find this option in Win10. The only option I have is to disable the Realtime protection entirely.

    Does anyone know how to turn of network inspection system or any other solution to this issue.

    Regards,

    Momoski

    I run Windows 10 Enterprise Insider Preview Build 10074.
    I also noticed this behavior after installing Plex (running Windows 10 Pro). Turning off "Cloud-based Protection" under Windows Defender Settings seemed to greatly reduce the high CPU cost.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    09 Jan 2016 #3

    pastrygeist said: View Post
    I also noticed this behavior after installing Plex (running Windows 10 Pro). Turning off "Cloud-based Protection" under Windows Defender Settings seemed to greatly reduce the high CPU cost.
    Rather than disable cloud protection entirely I just excluded the Plex folder, Plex executables (including PlexScriptHost.exe), and my media folder from scanning by defender. You can find the settings near the on/off switches for defender.

    The media folder might actually be a bit much but regardless that cut down the CPU cost tremendously. At the same time I'm not sacrificing much system security.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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