> On-Access and On-Demand are set to clean files first and then deny access (or ignore or report) if cleaning fails. Well, it still deletes. It did so with a game file that is falsely detected as a virus. Instead of denying me access, which it should have, it still deleted it. Why did it delete still?
> The disable option in the Taskbar's icon is grayed out. No way I know of to disable it, and the two processors there are, mcshield.exe and mctray.exe, will not be killed. I get a "no access" error. How can I disable it at will?