The privacy of your system is of the utmost importance to you, especially when you have confidential data stored on it. Most of us are used to storing photos, videos, official data, files and more on our Windows systems and we want the data to be safe from unwanted access. Windows Defender is a very useful built-in Windows utility that provides the first line of security for your system.
However, when some users open the Windows Defender application, the Virus and threat protection section, they find a message that says "Your organization manages virus and threat protection". Fortunately, there is a solution for "Your organization manages virus and threat protection“Windows error. Let's see how to get rid of it.
Solution: Using the registry editor
Before making any changes to the registry editor, be sure to create a backup copy of the registry data. This is to ensure that if any data is lost during the process, the lost data can be recovered.
Step 1: Go to Start and type Regedit in the search box.
Step 2: Left click on the result to open the file Registry Editor window.
Step 3: A Registry Editor window, go to the following path:
Now go to the right side of the panel, select the file DisableAntiSpyware courage and blow To remove.
Now exit the file Registry Editor and restart your PC for the changes to take effect. Back to yours Windows Defender the application and you should no longer see the error message below the file Virus and threat protection section. Now you can find all the options below and now you can run a scan or change the settings as before.