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That might depend on the version of avira and the settings you use. I myself don't use avira so I can only guess, but most anti virus software products have something called a white list. Whenever you start a program that the av software finds suspicious they should give an alert of some sort notifying you of that event. With the white list you are usually able to define a program as unharmful and thus it won't be watched by the av software. My av software (bitdefender) alerted me that orct is trying to change certain files when I tried to change the options in orct, making it impossible for me to change anything. after adding it to the white list it worked just fine. best is to just give it a try and check for any notifications from avira.

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