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About Agonizel

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    Bomb Site Beer
  • Interests
    Gaming, Volleyball, Beer
  • Biography
    Avid Beer drinker
  • Occupation
    Psychology student


  • CPU
    Intel i7 8700K
  • Motherboard
    MSI Pro Gaming Carbon Z370
  • RAM
    16gb DDR4 G.Skill Trident Z 3200mhz
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    Asus GTX1080 Rog Strix
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    Coolermaster H500P Mesh
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    1TB M.2 || 1TB SSD || 4TB HDD
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    Corsair RM 650x
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    Aorus AD27QD 144hz IPS
  • Cooling
    Deepcool 360 EX
  • Keyboard
    Logitech Orion 810
  • Mouse
    Logitech g402
  • Sound
    Logitech z623
  • Operating System
    Windows 10
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  1. In the end I just resetted my PC - fixed the issue (keep files). College mates don't have the same issue, so I don't think my college is responsible after all... Weird.
  2. Yep, probz did. Still fishy though. Being legal does not make it less unethical
  3. Yes, but it is my computer that I owned before installing the college's Office 365 license
  4. Alright indeed, I was linked to my College email account. This is retarded, how is it even slightly acceptable for them to be able to modify my windows settings? Anyway, I've removed them from my PC - good riddance. But my PC is still under MDM, what shall I do now? I'm trying to research but I'm not finding anything
  5. Alright, sounds promising! could you explain what I've got to do as if I were 5 years old?
  6. You may be right, I'm checking this out! Thanks man
  7. But how am I linked to the school? I'm in a privately owned flat, with a private and self-built desktop computer and a self-installed windows license on a broadband connection from a private provider? I'm also using a local administrator account. So my question is, how am I linked to the school? The link to the TestWe software was sent by email by the college administration and friends of mine have already succesfully installed it
  8. No, I didn't do any of those things. I had re-installed windows 2-3 weeks ago and left everything by default
  9. The PC was self-built and the windows license I'm using had been bought way back when it was still windows 7. It has been hopping from SSD to SSD into what's my PC now. I re-installed windows two weeks ago as I changed my GPU. I had a windows home license before going pro Here's what I got, I do not know what it means
  10. I am. Still created a new admin account, still the same thing. I noticed this. I'm a particular, what organization is Windows talking about? I'll check it out. EDIT: checked it out, it was empty aside from default
  11. Right, my bad. I checked and disabled both of the settings. Virus & Threat Protection remains hidden.
  12. Yeah but I'm in a private flat, with privately owned self-built desktop PC with my own privately owned internet connection... I'm the administrator
  13. I effectively did that, and as I said, it does not work. The computer is privately owned, self-build and it's in my flat on a privately owned internet connection. Thanks for your comment though EDIT: @Oshino Shinobu I have tried re-creating this solution that was documented back in 2019. But that option does not appear anymore for me. They replaced Windows Defender Security with Windows Defender Smartscreen which is entirely different. It does not contain "Hide the Virus & Threat protection" option. Hence why I mainly based myself on the post I linked to that are much more recent. It's like Microsoft pro-actively blocks it users from accessing Virus & Threat Protection