Turn On or Off Core Isolation Memory Integrity in Windows 10  

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       #150

    Let's see how it's working or not for others.
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  2.    #151

    Hello.

    My adventures have finaly found a way to be able to enable or disable memory integrity via the slider.

    I have tried the DGreadinesstool, it works but not really well. The script also contained an error where "64 bits" should have been "64 bit" , i had to correct that before it worked even.

    What i had to do , installed hyper-v platform. Then i gave commands "bcdedit /set nx AlwaysOn" and "bcdedit /set hypervisoriommupolicy enable" > and reboot. (since my i7-3770 has both functions, the i7-3770K does not have hardware virtualization support.)

    And after this i could enable memory integrity via the slider , and the slider stays available to disable it again.
    The slider did not work at all before and i had to use the DGreadinesstool. So for me that problem is now fixed and working as it should. Though the credential guard part was still set enabled with the DGreadinesstool. For codeintegrity i just copied the DGreadinesstool included default_audit_sipolicy.p7b to the windows/system32/codeintegrity folder while renaming it sipolicy.p7b (This is because i can't run the NEW-Cipolicy command without getting an error saying my win 10 pro is not suited, reported this to MS). That's it , all functions work and especially the memory integrity without any need for DGreadinesstool anymore.

    Hope this will work for some who get the ghosted slider and can't disable without regfixes.
    Last edited by cplite; 03 Mar 2019 at 05:51.
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  3. Posts : 49
    Windows 10 Pro RS5 x64
       #152

    About this, enabling MI via the slider in 1809 - it works on a fresh OS install. I had to perform a clean OS install a few weeks ago and it was one of the first things I have tested, and it enabled just fine. However, after installing the proper drivers for my Z370 platform, I did try once more to disable and reenable it, and this time it failed. The DGReadinesstool is unable to find any drivers that are incompatible, but to me, it clearly looked like they were, even though I would typically have very recent drivers for everything, most of them in DCHU format where available. I assume this is why it works on fresh VMs.

    Since enabling MI killed a few of my games that depended on anti-cheat stuff and such, I decided to stop caring about it. It just looks like an Alpha-level feature that's nowhere near being ready for consumers that actually paid for a stable OS.

    Might give it a shot with the suggestions above see how things change.
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