Windows 10: mcfee web advisor

Discus and support mcfee web advisor in AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security to solve the problem; how do I uninstall this program? it has an auto block put into the software to block any attempt to uninstall. I need to remove this program to... Discussion in 'AntiVirus, Firewalls and System Security' started by andy 101, Sep 21, 2019.

  1. andy 101 Win User

    mcfee web advisor


    how do I uninstall this program? it has an auto block put into the software to block any attempt to uninstall. I need to remove this program to install a Norton antivirus program I have already purchased.

    :)
     
    andy 101, Sep 21, 2019
    #1

  2. Content Advisor

    Hi,

    Thank you for posting in Microsoft community.

    We understand your concern and will certainly assist you to solve it.

    Since you are not able to enable your content advisor in internet explorer 11, please follow the given steps to troubleshoot.

    STEP 1: Enable Content advisor


    • Press Windows Key + R combination, type put
      gpedit.msc in Run dialog box and hit
      Enter to open the Local Group Policy Editor.

    • Go to: User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Internet Explorer -> Internet Control Panel -> Content Page

    • At this stage, your Group Policy window would resemble the one shown above. Here double click on the policy
      Show Content Advisor on Internet Options and select
      Enabled and then click on Apply followed by
      OK. You may now close the Local Group Policy Editor window.

    • Now press Windows Key + R, type
      inetcpl.cpl in the Run dialog box and hit
      Enter. Now switch to the Content tab in the window that follows immediately.

    • For the Content Advisor subheading in
      Internet Properties window, click Enable. Provide the administrative privileges if required. Now in the following window, you can select what kind of filtering you need according to your requirements. Click
      Apply, OK when you’re done.

    STEP 2: Select content rating levels


    • On the Tools menu, click
      Internet Options, and then click the Content tab.

    • In the Content Advisor area, click Settings.

    • In the Password box, type your supervisor password, and then click
      OK.

    • On the Ratings tab, select the
      Language, Nudity,
      ****
      , or Violence ratings category


    • Drag the slider to the appropriate content level for the selected category. The default setting for each category is Level 0, which is the most restrictive setting.

    STEP 3: configure the list of approved and disapproved Web sites


    • On the Tools menu, click
      Internet Options, and then click the Content tab.

    • In the Content Advisor area, click Settings.

    • In the Password box, type your supervisor password, and then click
      OK.

    • Click the Approved Sites tab

    • Type the URL for each Web site that your users can view regardless of its rating level, and then click
      always.

    Type the URL for each Web site that your users can never view regardless of its rating level, and then click
    Never

    Note: If you want to delete an approved or disapproved Web site, click the URL in the list, and then click
    remove

    Step 4: configure user options for content ratings



    • On the Tools menu, click
      Internet Options
      , and then click the Content tab.

    • In the Content Advisor area, click
      Settings.

    • In the Password box, type your supervisor password, and then click
      OK.

    • Click the General tab.

    • In the User options area, select the settings you want.

    By doing this you can block the web traffic you want. To further troubleshoot please refer the following link:

    Download Internet Explorer 6 Retired Content from Official Microsoft Download Center

    Please let us know if the issue got resolved or you need any further assistance.
     
    Amarjeet1709, Sep 21, 2019
    #2
  3. Can't uninstall McFee Endpoint Security 10.5.1 to complete Windows 10 update install

    I have commenced the Windows 10 update installation but have encountered pop up advising need to uninstall McFee Endpoint Security Platform and McFee Endpoint Security Web Control. However, uninstall process will not commence using Windows uninstall. Can
    you advise how to complete these uninstalls?
     
    BarryCrewther, Sep 21, 2019
    #3
  4. Polarman Win User

    mcfee web advisor

    Looking for a particular web site ?

    I remember seeing this here but i can't find it using the search thingy.

    A guy posted a web site that had a comprensive list of all Windows update 32&64. I used to have it in my favorites before i formatted my HD.

    Does someone know it?

    They suggested a sticky for it but they never did.
     
    Polarman, Sep 21, 2019
    #4
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