I recall that when Windows 10 1709 came out, there was a performance issue that required disabling the realtime shield in some cases. Obviously not something we'd like to do long term. Is that issue resolved now or should the machines that had that issue still run with the realtime shield disabled?
Best answer by akim
This should no longer be an issue as it was resolved a few builds ago. Should you run into any issues, please contact our support team and they will be happy to investigate and resolve for you.