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The Endpoint Protection settings are based on the creation of profiles and groups of computers to which specific policies are assigned.
To configure the antivirus settings in a profile, proceed as follows:
Antivirus settings - File protection tab
You can enable/disable the permanent file protection, allow the protection to scan within compressed files, specify the malicious software to detect and enable/disable behavioral detection.
Additionally, upon clicking Advanced settings, you will be able to select different items to exclude from the file protection, namely:
You can also enable the option to Scan files with any extension when created or modified.
Antivirus settings - Mail tab
In this section you can enable/disable the email protection, allow the protection to scan within compressed files and specify the malicious software to detect. The email protection scans emails at protocol level. It scans inbound emails (POP3 protocol).
The Mail section provides the following options:
Additionally, upon clicking the Advanced settings link you will be able to select different extensions to exclude from the scans.
Antivirus settings - Web tab
This section specifies how the Web protection works. It is possible to enable or disable the protection for Windows Workstations and Windows Servers (from 6.81 version).
You can also set the configuration to detect Phishing or not. As long as the protection is enabled, viruses will always be detected, by default.
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