Configure 360 ​​Total Security to use eOffice

Configure 360 ​​Total Security to use eOffice

Setting and configuring 360 Total Security so that when using eOffice no longer show the eOffice file inaccessibility message, the following article will help you a lot in the process of using. Please refer to ElectrodealPro offline

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After you download 360 Total Security and install it on your computer, the program misunderstands your eOffice file as a Trojan, so it has been deleted so you can no longer use eOffice. To fix this, you need to configure 360 ​​Total Security as follows.

Configure 360 ​​Total Security to use eOffice

Download and install the latest version of 360 Total Security

Step 1: From the main interface of the program you click Quarantine (Figure below)

Step 2: Here will display that file 360 Total Security removed, you check the file eOffice.exe then choose Restore

Step 3: Click “Add file (s) to Trust List” then Ok

Then you check the results.

So with the above article we have instructed you how to set up and configure 360 ​​Total Security to use eOffice already, you should refer to when using these 2 software in parallel on the same machine.
In addition, you can download Avira or Kaspersky to use the above anti-virus software instead


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