This is deeply impacting me and my son's ability to use F-Secure/Deepguard with Roblox Player.... I dislike the idea of turning off Deepguard to play in Roblox. A compromise that we are attempting is to switch Deepguard off long enough to allow the player to start, and then re-enabling Deepguard after the Roblox ame client is running. I am not sure what if any risks I am incurring by doing this; any advice on this? It looks like the developers aren't in any particular hurry to look into this (there are a small handfull of related posts to the Roblox Player Initialization Error -4 issue with DeepGuard that are all single answer issues), as Roblox is largely a game environment played by younger kids in my son's age range (pre-teens) and therefore isn't a major software breaking issue. I also noticed that this issue cropped up right after I installed Visual Studio 2017 Community with various development add-ins for Unity and Xamarin.
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