Re: Gaps in AVHRR images yesterday.
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Thanks for the advice.
Right, Windows search disabled.
>- ensure that you are not running both Windows Defender /and/ the BullGard.
When I go to Settings > Windows Security > Firewall and Network protection [Domain network No action needed. Private network No action Needed. Public network No action needed] then click 'Who's protecting me.' > Manage providers > Security providers >
'Antivirus' says BullGuard AV on, Microsoft Defender AV off.
'Firewall' says BullGuard Firewall is turned on, Windows Firewall is turned on.
'Web protection' No providers.
When I 'mouse over' and click 'Windows Firewall' > open app > (thinking I can turn it off) I get another window - Firewall & network protection.
> Domain network - Active domain network Not connected. BullGuard Firewall on. Microsoft Defender firewall off as using other providers.
For Active private networks - Not connected, BullGuard on, Defender off as using ........
For Public network (Networks in a public space such as an airport or coffee shop, and where your device is set to not discoverable) Active public networks: TALKTALK ........., Unidentified network [SR1?] - Bullguard on, Defender off as using .........
This for most here this is basic configuration (sorry everyone) but I find it confusing 'Public/Private' and a bit contradictory
I note you do not say turn BullGuard off.
Looking at BullGuard Network Activity, Tellicast is going 'through it.'
And I attach a couple of screen shots of part of its Manage Rules list which contain TC.
Also a shot - Settings - Skip files/folders - box is default ticked.
Should/could, Don't scan files from network locations, be ticked?
Oh, and I think you might have misunderstood me regarding GOES channel selection.
I can't find a way to deselect channels I don't want.
Obviously I can't tell you what data you do or do not wish to take!
- For GOES it depends on what you want to do with the data. Quite
reasonable false-colour images can be produced with the same wavebands as
available on SEVIRI, visible 0.8 um and thermal 10 um - bands 3 and 13.
- For Manage CH.1 data, yes ticked, but it's unlikely you want IASI or much
of the sounder data (do you use it?).
- For Other-2, the MODIS ticks sound correct.
However, before messing with those settings, some simpler changes that I
- disabling Window search (the "disable the service" method
- ensure that you are not running both Windows Defender /and/ the BullGard.
- excluding all EUMETCast directories from the anti-virus (that's the \tmp\
and below, the \received\ and below). Normally with anti-virus excluding
one directory will also exclude all those below it, so just two directories
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From: David J Taylor GM8ARV 🏴 🇪🇺 via groups.io <david-taylor@...>
Sent: Fri, 25 Sep 2020 15:56
Subject: Re: [MSG-1] Gaps in AVHRR images yesterday.
Thanks for your further comments.
I run MSG-4, IODC and RSS MDM's but in reduced channels.
The above MSG-4 MDM FSD FY-2H, FY-2G both 6 channels selected - GOMS all
channels selected but it seems to have disappeared.
AVHRR Manager NOAA 19, Metop A, B and C.
MSG Animator Europe cropped IR - Today's date only.
Himawari - VIS, IR1, IR2, IR3, IR4.
GOES 16 and GOES 17 both full 16 channels appear selected - can these be
Metop Manager x 2 for B and C.
I 'take' Modis data but don't have the programme open.
And in MSG-4 MDM Other - 1, ATOVS & sounder data Manage Ch. 1 data is ticked
and all boxes below ticked ATOVS retention 1.
'Others-2' only Modis L1/L2 data Manage MODIS L1/L2 and Copy M02 sensor
files is ticked - Data retention 1.
'Others-2' also only Ch. 12 data all three boxes ticked with Fire retention
Sorry everyone if this is all a bit tedious.
Hopefully for some users it might be helpful?
One thing you mentioned that could be relevant - Anti-virus software.
As you know I use the 'dreaded' BullGuard software.
This computer running 24/7 is used for EUMETCast only but has an open
Broadband Internet connection 24/7 for Windows and SatSignal updates.
EUMETCast data is (appears to be) going through BullGuard, as well.