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Hi. You can prolly contact them or submit a ticket with your account info so they could manually reactivate it for you. Don't post your info here.
Before the file gets removed, it should ask you I you wanna go ahead or not. You can prolly set that file in the software's trust list. So it gets skipped every scan.
For a server, why not use Linux? maybe Fedora or Centos is great. It's cost effecient too and more secure than Windows.
Just make sure to properly configure the firewall.
Indeed. Any kind of firewall just block ports that's it. Any every device/service/application like a wifi printer has its own port number used.
So you need to get the port number being used and whitelist it in the firewall.
Has anyone tried totally uninstalling it and see if the download speed improves?
I'm thinking that this is that route that I will go to prove my theory.