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Of course you can disable Mcshield, but there is little point in using the product if you are going to disable the OAS (on access scanning).
I think you need to look again at your exceptions and possibly access protection rules. What are you trying to exempt, and what is the software trying to do at startup?
I work for an academic organisation and an academic has asked us to disable mcshield as it is causing him a problem and delaying the start of effective teaching time.
His class lasts an hour or so and he thinks he wastes too much of the class waiting for the software to load with mcshield's process load going through the roof.
Ours is not to question why but to facilite the teaching then pick up the pieces afterwards.
So, how can I disable mcshield?
What are you using to administer your AV software EPO or protection pilot?