How To Turn On/Off Tempar Protection In Windows 10

Today in this article, we will show you how to turn on/off Tempar Protection in Windows 10. As you know, everybody needs to protect their device information and privacy. Security of your device is must need because most of you have important information about your bank accounts and online payments. That’s why you guys get the updates in Windows all the time so that you can get maximum protection and security.

Windows security is very powerful to give you protection but many of you are using the third-party on your Windows. The third-party software or malware deactivates the security restriction of Windows and it is a very risky thing to do. That’s why Microsoft introduced the new feature that is called Temper Protection in 2019. This feature is launched in the Windows 10 version 1903 in May 2019 to protect the device security.

But Microsoft announced that in January 2020 this feature is officially available for all the Windows 10 versions. When you enabled that feature, it helps you to prevent the changing of relevant Windows Defender Antivirus settings. So now I will show you the settings by which you can easily turn on or off the Tempar Protection on your Windows 10.

Turn On/Off Tempar Protection In Windows 10

Settings To Turn On And Off Tamper Protection in Windows 10

There are different methods to turn on and off the Tempar Protection in Windows 10. Follow these methods below and protect your device security.

1. Turn On/Off Tamper Protection Using The Windows Security UI

  • First, click on the Start button
  • Then Settings
  • Now go to Updates & Security
  • Select Windows Security
  • Switch to Virus and Threat protection
  • Select Manage Settings
  • Scroll down to find Tamper Protection
  • From there, turn On or Off the Tamper Protection

2. Turn On/Off Tamper Protection By Changing Registries

  • First of all, click Win + R
  • Then type in regedit.exe. This will open the Registry Editor.
  • Now navigate to this location:
    • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREMicrosoftWindows DefenderFeatures
  • After that double click on DWORD TamperProtection to edit the value.
  • Now you have to set it to 0 to disable Tamper Protection
  • If you want to enable the Tamper Protection then Set it to 5.

3. Turn On/Off Tamper Protection Using Intune

  1. First, go to the Microsoft 365 Device Management portal
  2. Then sign in with your account.
  3. After that select the Device configuration
  4. Now go to Profiles option.
  5. Create a profile that includes the following settings:
    Windows 10 and later
    Endpoint protection
  6. After that go to settings and select Windows Defender Security Center from there.
  7. Then click on Tamper Protection and configure it to turn Off or ON.

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