Customizing Auto-Protect for Windows clients
|Article:HOWTO80996|||||Created: 2012-10-24|||||Updated: 2013-10-07|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO80996|
To configure Auto-Protect for Windows clients
In the console, open a Virus and Spyware Protection policy.
Under Windows Settings, under Protection Technology, click Auto-Protect.
On the Scan Details tab, check or uncheck Enable Auto-Protect.
If you disable Auto-Protect, Download Insight cannot function even if it is enabled.
Under Scanning, under File types, click one of the following options:
Under Additional options, check or uncheck Scan for security risks.
Click Advanced Scanning and Monitoring to change options for the actions that trigger Auto-Protect scans and how Auto-Protect handles scans of floppy disks.
Under Network Settings, check or uncheck Scan files on remote computers to enable or disable Auto-Protect scans of network files.
By default, Auto-Protect scans files on remote computers only when the files are executed.
You might want to disable network scanning to improve scan and computer performance.
When file scans on remote computers is enabled, click Network Settings to modify network scanning options.
In the Network Settings dialog box, do any of the following actions:
On the Actions tab, set any of the options.
You can also set remediation options for Auto-Protect.
On the Notifications tab, set any of the notification options.
On the Advanced tab, set any of the following options:
Under Additional Options, click File Cache or Risk Tracer.
Configure the file cache or Risk Tracer settings, and then click OK.
If you are finished with the configuration for this policy, click OK.
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO80996