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Sixtooth
post Sep 6 2011, 09:07 PM
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Man it ###### having spent half a day troubleshooting permissions when it's bitdefender keeping files from being opened. I guess it is password protected pdf's as well? Haven't experienced that yet. Let me know a more secure method than disabling on access scanning please.
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Andionescu
post Sep 7 2011, 03:37 PM
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Hi Sixtooth ,

Please can you tell me what Bitdefender product and version do you have installed on the machine?

Thank you

Andrei

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Man it ###### having spent half a day troubleshooting permissions when it's bitdefender keeping files from being opened. I guess it is password protected pdf's as well? Haven't experienced that yet. Let me know a more secure method than disabling on access scanning please.

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DanHere
post Sep 20 2011, 10:36 PM
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QUOTE (andionescu @ Sep 7 2011, 10:37 AM) *
Hi Sixtooth ,

Please can you tell me what Bitdefender product and version do you have installed on the machine?

Thank you

Andrei
I haven't even decided which I want to get yet. I used to use a free version of Bitdefender, but haven't in some time. As a general rule though, are there any particular steps that need to be taken with password protected files?
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Andionescu
post Sep 21 2011, 12:52 PM
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Hi Dan,

What type of files are you referring?
Bitdefender will allow you to open the files if you know the password.

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Andrei

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I haven't even decided which I want to get yet. I used to use a free version of Bitdefender, but haven't in some time. As a general rule though, are there any particular steps that need to be taken with password protected files?

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