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Some malware programs deliberately alter Windows settings, usually by restricting the user from carrying out certain actions. This is usually done to make it harder for the user to remove the malware. Trojan Remover checks for such alterations during a normal scan.


When Trojan Remover detects that there are restrictive Windows Explorer Policies in force on the computer it displays an alert screen:




NOTE: it is possible that these Policies have been deliberately created by the computer's owner, using Group Policies.


You should run a scan with Trojan Remover's main program after this FastScan has been completed. When the main program detects these restrictive Policies it will show an alert screen similar to this, where you can select to remove these policies or suppress future alerts.


If "Launch main program when scan completed" is checked (the default), then the main Trojan Remover program will be started automatically when the FastScan is completed (or canceled). This is useful if the alert advises you to run the main program to deal with a threat.



See also:

Explorer Policies Alert Options