I could configure the 2013 version to automatically except firewall pops, but with the 2014 version there is no timeout setting for a pop up (which I could set to 0). How can I stop pop ups. I just want to except everything, but still manually check the list no and again. My parents use Bullguard, and have a new laptop. They don't wish to be bothered by pop ups, and I can log into their laptop now and again to check all is well. Is this possible with the 2014 version, or should I install 2013 for them ? Instead of just minimize notifications, it would be good to have a tick box, for "no notifications".
BullGuard > Settings > Advanced > Main (under General) > minimize notifications. They will only be displayed in the Message Center.Andreea-Luciana Ostache Senior Support Technician EN firstname.lastname@example.org www.bullguard.com
I already use "minimise notifications", but its not enough. My parents have no idea what to do ! They just do not understand. I have unchecked the option to detect that a program is modified too, but that doesn't stop everything.
Actually, I've noticed that the 2014 version seems to load my laptop more than the 2013 version. I might just go back to that version, as it was possible to "fool" the 2013 version to allowing everything (such as internet access), and disable user interaction.
It may reduce the effective security by doing this, but its much easier.
I need a "no notifications" button, and if I need to see more, I can check a log file once a month or so.
So far the only firewall access pop up I received was when I used Free File Sync
I was asked regarding allowing internet access. You can test this your self. Use "minimise notifications", then install/run free file sync. I had free file sync installed before I upgraded to 2014 Internet Security.