No problem Larry.
I'll talk to one of the guys on the OneCare team and ask if they can see
about fixing the UI inconsistency at least though
"Larry E" <LarryE@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Thank you very much Shane. I think I'll delete it from the list too so
> not tempted to start it up again. LOL
> "Shane Nokes" wrote:
>> What are you talking about?
>> It doesn't turn off Defender, it merely integrates the functionality into
>> the main interface of OneCare.
>> Maybe you should complain about Norton.
>> I install Norton Utilities and then went to Norton Systemworks.
>> Now I've found that I can only access the utilities through the
>> How dare they....see how moronic that sounds?
>> "Richard" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> > Just goes to show you how out of touch the security team at Microsoft
>> > is
>> > with the real world.
>> > First they push out Defender. Actually a good utility.
>> > Then, without telling anyone they add Defender functionality into
>> > LiveOneCare. It is designed to turn off Defender each time you boot.
>> > But
>> > you the user don't know that is going on and it looks like a worm has
>> > started to shut down your protection utilities. You panic and start to
>> > run
>> > virus and spyware scans, etc.
>> > Only by reading the Defender Teams blog did I learn what they had done.
>> > These folks need a real talking too.
>> > Richard.