windows file protection error in nLite Posted April 4, 2007 · Edited April 4, 2007 by templar414 Hulkviper and Radix, thank you for the answers... However, I do have one more question. When I disable WFP, won't that allow any other program to simply replace default Windows DLLs with its own? In truth, I fear that this will somehow mess up my Windows. Can you explain me what happens when WFP is disabled?