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Download iProtectYou 32-bit 8.8

(Single PC and Network version for Windows 2000 SP4 / XP SP2+ / Vista SP1+ / Windows 7. 4168 KB. No Viruses, No Spyware, No Adware.)

Download iProtectYou 64-bit 8.8

(Single PC and Network version for Windows XP SP2+ / Vista SP1+ / Windows 7 64-bit Edition. 4516 KB. No Viruses, No Spyware, No Adware.)

Download iProtectYou 7.11

(Single PC and Network version for Windows 98 / Me / 2000 / XP. 2743 KB. No Viruses, No Spyware, No Adware.)



You can use the CyberSieve program instead of iProtectYou. CyberSieve software supports all the iProtectYou functions. Also, CyberSieve allows you to check log files from any computer connected to the Internet and more.

Conflict with Norton AntiVirus (Symantec)

Unfortunately, the Norton AntiVirus mistakenly identifies our iProtectYou program as spyware.
We recommend you to add 'Spyware iProtectYou' string to Norton Antivirus Signature Exclusions list:
Computer Settings > Signature Exclusions > Configure -> Add > select the 'Parental Control' item > select the 'iProtectYou' string > Add
= OR (old version) =
Settings > Signature Exclusions > Configure -> Add > select the 'Spyware' item > select the 'Spyware iProtectYou' string > Add

Conflict with Norton Intertnet Security (Symantec)

Unfortunately, the Norton Intertnet Security mistakenly identifies our iProtectYou program as spyware.
We recommend you to add 'Spyware iProtectYou' string to Norton Intertnet Security Signature Exclusions list:
Computer Settings > Signature Exclusions > Configure -> Add > select the 'Parental Control' item > select the 'iProtectYou' string > Add
= OR (old version) =
Home > Options > Norton Intertnet Security > Exclusions > Signatures > 'New' button > select the 'Spyware iProtectYou' item > 'Add' button

Conflict with Norton 360 (Symantec)

Unfortunately, the Norton 360 mistakenly identifies our iProtectYou program as spyware.
We recommend you to add 'iProtectYou' string to Norton 360 Signature Exclusions list:
Settings > Antivirus > Scans and Risks > Signatures to Exclude from All Detections Configure[+] > 'Add' button > select the 'Parental Control' item > select the 'iProtectYou' string > 'Apply' button > 'OK' button.
Also, we recommend you to add ipycp.exe file to Norton 360 Program Exclusions list:
Settings > Administrative Settings > Program Exclusions Configure[+] > 'Add' button > add ../WINDOWS/system32/ipycp.exe file.

For further information on how to get Symantec products to exclude specific drives, folders, and files from being scanned please visit the URLs below.

How to exclude specific drives, folders, and files from being scanned
Restoring a file from Quarantine using Norton AntiVirus 2007

Silent Installation

To install iProtectYou 8.8 silently, use the following command lines:

msiexec /qb /i ipy.msi SINGLEPC=1 NETWORKMODE=3 SERIAL=your_serial_number    (Network Client version installation.)

msiexec /qb /i ipy.msi SINGLEPC=0 SERIAL=your_serial_number    (Single PC version installation.)

msiexec /qb /i ipy.msi SINGLEPC=1 NETWORKMODE=2    (Network Server without Filtering version installation.)

msiexec /qb /i ipy.msi SINGLEPC=1 NETWORKMODE=1 SERIAL=your_serial_number    (Network Server with Filtering version installation.)

"ipy.msi" is the file name for the single executable installer of iProtectYou.
"SINGLEPC=0" - for Single PC version.
"SINGLEPC=1" - for network versions.
"NETWORKMODE=1" - Server with Filtering version.
"NETWORKMODE=2" - Server without Filtering version.
"NETWORKMODE=3" - Client version.

User Interface (UI) Modes
"/qb" - Only built-in modal error message dialogs are displayed.
"/qn" - Completely silent installation (it will work only under administrator rights).

"/log ipy.txt" - Add log file (ipy.txt), for example:
msiexec /qb /i ipy.msi /log ipy.txt SINGLEPC=1 NETWORKMODE=3 SERIAL=your_serial_number

Note: It is expected that the client has access to the Internet to activate programs and installation is done from an administrator account. Otherwise a window will appear with an error message.

Deploy iProtectYou

It is possible to apply the MSI installation to deploy iProtectYou on your computers if you are using Active Directory (Microsoft Windows domain). Or you can use another way to deploy the software.

You can use PsTools (free tools from Microsoft) utilities to automatically distribute any programs:
technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896649.aspx
This tool is a set of command line utilities that allow you to manage local and remote systems. All of the utilities in the PsTools suite work on Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.

The best article about deploying applications is: support.microsoft.com/kb/314934
This step-by-step article describes how to use Group Policy to automatically distribute programs to client computers or users.
You can use Group Policy to distribute computer programs by using the following methods.
Microsoft Windows 2000 Group Policy automated-program installation requires client computers that are running Windows 2000 or later.

Also it is possible to apply the MSI installation to deploy iProtectYou on your computers if you are using Active Directory (Microsoft Windows 2000/2003 domain).
To find the detailed information, please go to
www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Group-Policy-Deploy-Applications.html



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