How to fix your virus and threat protection is managed by your organization
Windows 10 has its own in-built antivirus called Microsoft Defender Antivirus, which helps keep your operating system in perfect shape against threats like viruses, malware, and spyware. Formerly known as Windows Security Center, Microsoft Defender Antivirus provides comprehensive real-time protection from threats automatically. And you don’t need to install any third-party antivirus program on Windows 10 as it is adequate to keep all sorts of threats at bay without shelling out a dime.
Moreover, Microsoft Defender Antivirus is integrated well with OS which the third-party antivirus cannot achieve. Best of all, it doesn’t slow down your system and runs smoothly to do its job without hogging a lot of memory.
Related Post: How to enable storage sense in Windows 10 to free disk space automatically
It is not necessary that Windows Security always in its actions against online and offline threats. It sometimes gets derailed from its regular services for some unknown reasons.
To keep your system completely secure, you should monitor Microsoft Defender Antivirus timely whether it is in its regular form or not.
But recently some Windows 10 users reported that their Windows Defender Antivirus showing “Your Virus & threat protection is managed by your organization” instead of the usual scanning options.
The following screenshot shows the “Your Virus & threat protection is managed by your organization” issue.
What are the causes of “Your Virus & threat protection is managed by your organization”?
This issue can happen after installing Windows updates especially April 1803 update. It can also occur with the presence of malware or viruses in your system that interferes with the process of Windows Defender Antivirus.
How to fix this issue?
Here are the detailed steps that you need to follow to fix “Your Virus & threat protection is managed by your organization.”
1. By Removing Malware with Antimalware Tools
2. By Deleting DisableAntiSpyware Registry Entry
Solution #1 – By Removing Malware with Antimalware Tool
In this post, we have already mentioned that malware can be the culprit of this severe issue with Windows Defender Antivirus. To perform a full scan with a third-party antimalware tool like Malwarebytes to eliminate this issue.
After performing a full scan, check Windows Defender Antivirus to see if the issue is fixed or not.
If your issue is still not fixed, then try out other available solutions to kill the “Your Virus & threat protection is managed by your organization” problem.
Solution #2 – By Deleting DisableAntiSpyware Registry Entry
You can use this powerful way to fix the “Your Virus & threat protection is managed by your organization” issue if the first solution does not work for you.
Now, follow these simple steps to fix the “Your Virus & threat protection is managed by your organization” problem” by deleting DidsableAntiSpyware registry entry.
1. Press the Windows key and R key to open run command.
2. Type regedit in the box and click on the OK button to open the registry editor.
3. Next, navigate to the following registry folder.
4. Now right-click on DisableAntiSpyware value and select Delete to continue.
5. After selecting the Delete option, now click on Yes for confirmation to delete the registry value permanently.
6. Finally, open the Windows Defender Antivirus and click on the Restart now button.
Now the Windows Defender Antivirus will start working normally, and the “Your Virus & threat protection is managed by your organization” issue will disappear.
We hope this article helped you learn how to fix your virus and threat protection is managed by your organization still, if you have any doubts you can drop your queries below in the comment box.
If you enjoyed this post, I’d be very grateful if you’d help to spread it to your friends and family members or share it on Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Linkedin, and Instagram.
To watch our tech videos, please subscribe to our YouTube Channel: Yashraj Solutions
How to Remove Protection History from Windows Defender
Microsoft has launched its own data recovery tool to retrieve deleted data