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Old August 25th 10, 06:19 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
Uno
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Default Location to remove Windows Defender

Where do I go to remove windows defender? Since I already have a windows
security system in place and I was advised by Microsoft this can slow down
performance of computer and was sent message stating it is fighting against
my current security system. I went to location of Uninstall programs but it
is not there.
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Uno
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Old August 25th 10, 06:45 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
FromTheRafters[_3_]
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Default Location to remove Windows Defender

"Uno" wrote in message
...
Where do I go to remove windows defender? Since I already have a
windows
security system in place and I was advised by Microsoft this can slow
down
performance of computer and was sent message stating it is fighting
against
my current security system. I went to location of Uninstall programs
but it
is not there.


MsiExec.exe /I{A06275F4-324B-4E85-95E6-87B2CD729401}

Put it in your "run" box.


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Old August 26th 10, 10:04 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
Jerry
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Default Location to remove Windows Defender

If you're running Win7 just turn off the Services feature; Administrative
tools Services.

"Uno" wrote in message
...
Where do I go to remove windows defender? Since I already have a windows
security system in place and I was advised by Microsoft this can slow down
performance of computer and was sent message stating it is fighting
against
my current security system. I went to location of Uninstall programs but
it
is not there.
--
Uno



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Old August 26th 10, 10:35 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.security_admin
FromTheRafters[_3_]
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Default Location to remove Windows Defender

.....and...you're in the wrong group.

"Jerry" wrote in message
...
If you're running Win7 just turn off the Services feature;
Administrative tools Services.

"Uno" wrote in message
...
Where do I go to remove windows defender? Since I already have a
windows
security system in place and I was advised by Microsoft this can slow
down
performance of computer and was sent message stating it is fighting
against
my current security system. I went to location of Uninstall programs
but it
is not there.
--
Uno





 




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