The main problem is that node-bifrost.exe is viewed by many AntiVirus products as a Rogue Program.
In my AVG, I had to put it on the Do Not Disturb list.
ANY update to the node-bifrost.exe must be updated on the Firewall setting including as described above the BullGuard, others include ZoneAlarm, AVG Internet Firewall, McAffee Windows Firewall WinSock blocker. The AntiVirus may still block the program
I wrote the following answer I cannot put the original Quixel Questions as to its confidential
- Yes node-bifrost.exe is in the location stated. In my case AVG free was blocking it.
- I have put this node-bifrost.exe on the “Do Not Disturb list”.
- When I open this I get a Windows Console Windows.
The other thing is that node-bifrost.exe is now has an entry in the Windows 10
Windows Defender Firewall → Allowed Applications
The Public box is now ticked
Hope this helps