Windows 10: How to permanently disable system protection?

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       03 Jun 2016 #41

    I understand that. Point is, programs should not do this without notification. Or if they do it, they should return it to it's previous state when they are done. I can't think of another example like this. I want System Protection off and I want it to stay off until I turn it back on again. That should be possible. Currently, apparently, it's not and it should be fixed.
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  2.    03 Jun 2016 #42

    I've got the opposite problem actually. I'm constantly updating to the latest insider builds and every single time it turns system protection off (when I want it on) and also enables hibernation which I don't want.

    I do agree with you - it would be nice if you changed something and it stayed changed but I just run a script setting everything back to how I want it as I don't know a better way.
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