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Automatically deleting .exe s on a system running NIS 2010

Automatically deleting .exe s on a system running NIS 2010

Automatically deleting .exe s on a system running NIS 2010

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It deletes .exe s labeled as medium or high risk without the user's permission

I know you can add exceptions for individual files, but is there a way to force norton to ask permission every time (it prompts for low risk), or to stop the delete procedure from happening?

It keeps deleting my programs when I send them to people because it bases the program's risk factor partially on how many people have used it, and since it's never been released, it gets removed.

I'm also aware that Norton allows you to submit files for review, but I'd prefer a quick change in the client's setup for Norton.

I'm pretty sure there's no way to do it in the GUI (not even tech support could figure it out).


Any ideas?  

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