Hi Mihai, thank you for the more detailed report on what you are experiencing. It would have been really useful if you had run the support tool after these tests and sent us via support the fsdiag file, so we could have analysed this even more thoroughly. Here is some analysis based on the data we can see from here: - First of all the manual scan of a computer is not the most imporant protecting for modern viruses and Computer Protection has lot more new capabilities on other area compared to Workstation Security. - The amount files being scanned is so different just because the set of file extensions we scan is different with default settings. - Speed difference is just some minutes and I think WKS 12 was actually 2 minutes slower in the 1 hour 40 minutes times. If you would have tested the scan times for second time the time for CP should drop a lot, as the first scan caches lot of information on the clean files and optimizes the scan times that way. - On the cleaup of the infection - based on the numbers from both the WKS12 and CP, it looks like most of the infected files are inside archives and we do not cleaup them. We are still wondering why you could not cleanup anything during the scan. It should not have worked like this. - About the upgrade without permissing - are you a partner level user or company level users? With partners who do Security as a Service the partner actually decides when to do the upgrades and how to communicate to their customers. We haven't yet started any forced upgrade due to EOL for WKS 12, but those will start during this month. Again, I'm really sorry for the bad experience with our product. If you could still send the fsdiag support file to our support with the scan results this would help a lot us. Br, Petri
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Back to this, here is the answer that I got from our SENSE-team related to the compatibility with Google WiFi.
They has not tested compatibility with Google Wifi yet, but in theory it should work.
There also might be some limitations.
In general, in order to get the full functionality in SENSE you’ll have to configure Google Wifi to bridge mode.
According to Google’s support pages you can do that but only if you’re using a single Google Wifi point.
In addition, you’ll lose some of Google Wifi’s key features when it’s in the bridge mode, see the details under the section
Enable bridge mode …
on the page above.
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