Ok, next thing to try is to re-initialize the drivers and services by opening a elevated (as admin) command prompt, navigate to the install directory of the input mapper cerberus whitelister and run "driverhelper --uninstall" then "driverhelper --install". Once that is done post your "DriverHelper.log"
[DriverHelper] INFO - Working Directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\DSDCS\InputMapper HidGuardian
[DriverHelper] INFO - Install begining
[DriverHelper] INFO - Devcon location set as C:\Program Files (x86)\DSDCS\InputMapper HidGuardian\x64\devcon.exe
[DriverHelper] INFO - Inf location set as C:\Program Files (x86)\DSDCS\InputMapper HidGuardian\x64\HidGuardian.inf
[DriverHelper] INFO - Driver install success:
Device node created. Install is complete when drivers are installed...
Updating drivers for Root\HidGuardian from C:\Program Files (x86)\DSDCS\InputMapper HidGuardian\x64\HidGuardian.inf.
Drivers installed successfully.
[DriverHelper] INFO - Filter install success:
Class filters changed. Restart the devices or reboot the system to make the change effective.
@wirenut48 Because Microsoft in their all mighty wisdom thinks they know how you want your PC configured and disables/enables stuff at their whim, just like how Edge seems to keep replacing Chrome as my default browser...
@cArb0n0 Ok, everything on the service side looks good, now open device manager and find your DS4 controller and open properties, goto details tab and look for class upper filters property, HidGaurdian should be listed.