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command line options to disable SEP Policys

Created: 25 Jul 2013 • Updated: 25 Jul 2013 | 1 comment
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I see there are some command line option for disabling SEP features like the ones below.  Is there a command that can be run on the client machine to disable just the "Application and Device control" policy on a SEP client running version 12.2?

To stop SEP client service

smc -stop

After typing this command there won't be any command prompt window, SEP yellow shied icon should disappear after typing this command.

To start SEP client service

smc -start

 

To disable SEP client firewall service

smc -disable –ntp

To enable client firewall service

smc -enable -ntp

If the SEP client UI is password protected:

smc -disable -ntp -p <password>

 

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.Brian's picture

There is no specific command line switch to disable ADC.

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