@acooldozen wrote:Just applied this fix from support....................... The issue you are having was caused by a Windows Update to their Security Center over the weekend. Webroot SecureAnywhere is on and it is protecting your device despite what Windows Security center is saying.To resolve the issue, please follow the steps below:1. Click on the Start button.2. In the search bar at the bottom of the Start Menu, type "Services" and click on the result "Services" under Programs.3. Scroll down until you find "Security Center" and double-click on it.4. In the window that comes up, find "Startup type" and change the selection from "Automatic (Delayed)" to "Automatic."5. At the bottom of the window, click "Apply" and then "OK."6. Close out of all the windows and restart your computer.Windows Security Center should now be fixed and displaying the correct information for SecureAnywhere.Should you have additional questions, please send us a reply in the "Send another message:" section of this page.Regards,The Webroot Support Team
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