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Defender impairing compilations

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I know this is a recurrent issue. THis is a brand new win10 with just Defender.

How can I resolve this?

Thanks in advance.

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2 hours ago, Nine said:

See discussion in sticky above :rolleyes:

Thanks all you. My situation like this one. That is, when I compile it stops with the message, and Defender says it has   Win32/Fuerboos.D!cl .

At this program (very small) the noticeable point is that it writes at the registry (Current User). Without compilation, it runs and writes there OK.

My question: do you know how I can tell Defender (train?) to not do that anymore when I compile?

Or you know if I can deactivate Defender during my compilations?

 

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I compiled it as 64 bits and compiled OK.

On this program I can do this, but in others, for example with RS232 dlls, it´s not possible.

So, this is a half solution... Could not we have a better solution?

 

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No you simply need to tell defender to not check certains folders.  Look at parameter for exclusions.  Add all folders that can receive an .exe from AutoIt compiler

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17 minutes ago, joseLB said:

My question: do you know how I can tell Defender (train?) to not do that anymore when I compile?

Or you know if I can deactivate Defender during my compilations?

Simply tell them to fix it.... 

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