Configure Web Camera Access Settings in Kaspersky Total Security

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    The first thing you need to do is open Kaspersky Total Security.
    I have an icon for this program saved to my desktop.
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    When the program opens, click "Additional Tools" at the bottom of the window.
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    Click "Privacy Protection" on the left side of the window.
    In the middle of the screen, you will see a "Webcam Access" section. On my screen, you can see that protection is enabled and that the webcam was used by Camtasia Recorder.
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    To change the settings, click the "Settings" link at the bottom of this section.
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    You will see a few options under "Webcam Access settings".
    Before you go through this section, make sure "Webcam Access" is enabled by having the switch on the right side of the screen in the "On" position.
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    The first option is "Block access to webcam for all applications".
    If you check this option, no application will be able to use your webcam.
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    You can also check or uncheck "Show notification when the webcam is in use by an application for which webcam access is allowed".
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    You can then tap the "Manage applications" link at the bottom to select the applications you will allow to use your webcam.
    In this case, "TECHSMITH" is the "Camtasia Recorder", and you can see that webcam access is allowed since the switch is in the "On" position.
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Questions and Answers

How do I temporarily turn off web camera?

Skype is telling me that I need to close any other web cameras so I can send video. I have tried: Searches

  • If you need to disable any cameras, then press the Windows key and "Pause - Break". Click "Device Manager". Expand menu options such as "Imaging Devices" and "Universal serial bus controllers" and locate web cameras. Right-click them and select "Disable".
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  • If the error is that the camera is being used by another application, then press the Windows key and "Pause - Break". Click "Device Manager". Expand menu options such as "Imaging Devices" and "Universal serial bus controllers" and locate web cameras. Right-click them and select "Uninstall". Reboot your computer and let Windows install the drivers or download drivers from the web site of the manufacturer.
  • Again, if the error is that the camera being used by another application, then you should download and install Process Explorer. Press the Windows key and "Pause - Break". Click "Device Manager". Expand menu options such as "Imaging Devices" and "Universal serial bus controllers" and find your web camera. Double-click it. Click the "Details" tab. In the drop-down menu, select "Physical device object name". Right-click the name to copy it. Open Process Explorer. Press "Ctrl" + "F" and insert the camera object name. You will see processes using your web camera. Right-click any processes other than Skype and select "Kill Process".
  • If the error is that something went wrong and you have a notebook or laptop, then push the camera slightly with your fingers: it might be just a hardware problem.
  • If you have problems with any of these steps, ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.

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