Outpost Security Suite Pro 2009
Outpost Security Suite Pro 7.0 - 7.6
Outpost Security Suite Free
Outpost Security Suite Pro 8.0
Outpost Firewall Pro 2009
Outpost Firewall Pro 7.0 - 7.6
Outpost Firewall Pro 8.0
Outpost Network Security 2.0
Outpost Antivirus Pro 2009
Outpost Antivirus Pro 7.0 - 7.6
Outpost Antivirus Pro 8.0
Some Outpost components, such as Anti-Malware (Anti-Spyware) or Web Control, might be disabled automatically during a product installation
if there is any third-party partly-compatible security software already installed on your PC. Conflicting modules are disabled by the Compatibility
Wizard to minimize possible problems caused by those products' operation.
Note: When the Anti-Malware (Anti-Spyware) module is "disabled", it is actually only the malware monitor that is disabled, while the malware
scanner remains operational. Even so, the controls for enabling these modules within the product settings are inactive.
To enable the modules manually:
- Disable the product's self-protection by right-clicking the product's system tray icon (in the right-hand end of the Windows task bar) and
selecting Disable Self-Protection.
- Exit Outpost by right-clicking the product's system tray icon and selecting Exit.
- Open the file: C:\Program Files\Agnitum\Outpost [Your product] \machine.ini (the installation folder specified is the
default folder location).
Note: If you cannot find the specified file, your computer most likely has the 'hide extensions for known file types' option selected.
To change this option, click Start > Control Panel > Folder Options > View and clear the Hide extensions for known
file types check box.
- If you have the Anti-Malware (Anti-Spyware) module disabled, change the 'EnableScanner' parameter value to 'TRUE'.
If you have the Web Control module disabled, change the 'EnableContentProcessing' and 'EnableContentHandler' parameters values to 'TRUE'.
- Save the changes made.
- Start Outpost and enable its self-protection.
Note: If you have Windows Vista installed on your computer and user account control is on, first you need to disable user account control, restart the computer and only then change the
machine.ini file. After you change and save it, you can enable user account control again (Start > Control panel > User accounts).
Important: We strongly recommend that you do not enable the specified modules while partly-compatible security software
operates on your computer in background mode, as it can cause system conflicts. You can disable the modules manually in the same way as above
by changing the values to 'FALSE'.