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Your computer is not FULLY protected message?

I know this has been talked about before, but has anybody determined what is actually causing this message. It seems to appear shortly after a Viruscan update. Not all the time, but quite frequently. When I click to "Fix" all is good again, but it is very annoying to say the least.

Any thoughts?
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Re: Your computer is not FULLY protected message?

Can you check what error the securitycenter is reporting. The application issue should be reported in the SecurityCenter on the right side in the middle of the window

If you find that systemguards is not started clicking fix will start the service. This doesn't resolve the source of the issue it simply starts a service that isn't running.

Have you noticed if this happens only on boot after an update, or any time after an update.

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