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  1. Posts : 8,733
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       28 Jun 2017 #21

    For DCOM you can check to see if the permissions are set:
    click win + r (simultaneously)
    in the run box type: dcomcnfg
    expand component services
    expand computers
    right click on my computer and select properties
    click default properties tab
    make sure default authentication level is set to: connect
    make sure default impersonation level is set to: identify

    Like philc43 I ignore those errors. There can be numerous in the event logs.
    There is software on the computer that is trying to register itself as "server" and the registration is taking too long.
    If you want to know the software that is attempting to register that is taking too long you can look in the registry using regedit and look for D7FD466D-F6CF-4C8E-86DD-12E9B0FDAE48.
    It could be in inprocserver32 or progid.
    If you find it then you would uninstall and reinstall the software.
    If you can find the software you would then uninstall and reinstall the software.
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  2.    28 Jun 2017 #22

    philc43 said: View Post
    This tutorial has some more details about turning off the Automatic Driver updates in Windows Update:
    Enable or Disable Driver Updates in Windows Update in Windows 10

    Regarding the Distributed COM errors, I also have a few of these but I generally ignore them - it does not seem to be a problem.
    It seems to be not there in the settings, I went with 3, group policy editor and went ahead let it update drivers.
    I noticed you're using windows defender, is it good enough these days? I am still wondering if I should install Bitdefender again
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  3.    28 Jun 2017 #23

    zbook said: View Post
    For DCOM you can check to see if the permissions are set:
    click win + r (simultaneously)
    in the run box type: dcomcnfg
    expand component services
    expand computers
    right click on my computer and select properties
    click default properties tab
    make sure default authentication level is set to: connect
    make sure default impersonation level is set to: identify

    Like philc43 I ignore those errors. There can be numerous in the event logs.
    There is software on the computer that is trying to register itself as "server" and the registration is taking too long.
    If you want to know the software that is attempting to register that is taking too long you can look in the registry using regedit and look for D7FD466D-F6CF-4C8E-86DD-12E9B0FDAE48.
    It could be in inprocserver32 or progid.
    If you find it then you would uninstall and reinstall the software.
    If you can find the software you would then uninstall and reinstall the software.
    It's already set to those values. Thanks for the tip I'll see if I can hunt few of them down or just ignore them if it's too much trouble
      My ComputerSystem Spec


  4. Posts : 2,867
    64bit Win 10 Pro ver 1709 Build 16299.64
       28 Jun 2017 #24

    Sharif said: View Post
    It seems to be not there in the settings, I went with 3, group policy editor and went ahead let it update drivers.
    I noticed you're using windows defender, is it good enough these days? I am still wondering if I should install Bitdefender again
    I've been happy with Windows Defender - my view is that you are the best defence and to be sensible about what you allow and do in Windows - never open unknown attachments, don't click on links in emails unless you are absolutely sure it is genuine (remember that many attacks appear to come from people you know but they might have had their emails hacked). Be careful on websites and avoid pop-ups etc. Windows defender is there for when you and I slip up or relax our guard.
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  5.    28 Jun 2017 #25

    philc43 said: View Post
    I've been happy with Windows Defender - my view is that you are the best defence and to be sensible about what you allow and do in Windows - never open unknown attachments, don't click on links in emails unless you are absolutely sure it is genuine (remember that many attacks appear to come from people you know but they might have had their emails hacked). Be careful on websites and avoid pop-ups etc. Windows defender is there for when you and I slip up or relax our guard.
    I believe that too though I mainly have it for the times I visit websites with plenty of pop-ups or download things from a source I don't trust completely (Yes these websites might be leading to pirated content like music..) Plus with recent ransomware news, it gets me a little paranoid these days.
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  6. Posts : 12,863
    Windows 10 Pro
       28 Jun 2017 #26

    Hi Sharif,

    To expand on philc43, you are basically the first line of defense where your security program(s) is/are the second line of defense catching things that you accidentally missed.

    I am using Bitdefender for a few years now, can't be happier. Yes, I have had some issues, but they all have been fixed by Bitdefender and sometimes reinstalling Bitdefender again helps.

    Windows Defender has been much improved since Windows 8(.1), there are tons of users using Windows Defender solely without having ever had a single infection.
    All you need is common sense, caution, your security programs up to date and the OS up to date.
      My ComputersSystem Spec


  7. Posts : 8,733
    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
       28 Jun 2017 #27

    All of the antivirus have different definitions. So they each have weaknesses. For example using Malwarebytes it will find potentially unwanted programs (PUP) that are missed by windows defender. They may have different features in blocking websites.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  8.    28 Jun 2017 #28

    axe0 said: View Post
    Hi Sharif,

    To expand on philc43, you are basically the first line of defense where your security program(s) is/are the second line of defense catching things that you accidentally missed.

    I am using Bitdefender for a few years now, can't be happier. Yes, I have had some issues, but they all have been fixed by Bitdefender and sometimes reinstalling Bitdefender again helps.

    Windows Defender has been much improved since Windows 8(.1), there are tons of users using Windows Defender solely without having ever had a single infection.
    All you need is common sense, caution, your security programs up to date and the OS up to date.
    The point is well understood, I tend to tell my friends the same thing when this subject is brought up. It's just sometimes hard to trust myself to be completely sensible, especially when visiting sites that are likely to be quite fishy and I end up visiting it in search of something *cough*
      My ComputerSystem Spec


  9. Posts : 12,863
    Windows 10 Pro
       28 Jun 2017 #29

    zbook said: View Post
    All of the antivirus have different definitions. So they each have weaknesses. For example using Malwarebytes it will find potentially unwanted programs (PUP) that are missed by windows defender. They may have different features in blocking websites.
    These days many security programs do not only relay on definitions.
    They also relay on heuristic detections, thus in the behavior of the program.
      My ComputersSystem Spec

  10.    28 Jun 2017 #30

    zbook said: View Post
    All of the antivirus have different definitions. So they each have weaknesses. For example using Malwarebytes it will find potentially unwanted programs (PUP) that are missed by windows defender. They may have different features in blocking websites.
    I do at times after a couple of months or so run a scan through Malwarebytes. Tbt, I don't trust any antivirus to protect against everything and be at top of everything at the same time.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 
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