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Norton AV Corporate 7 and Word Macros

Norton AV Corporate 7 and Word Macros

Norton AV Corporate 7 and Word Macros

(OP)
Hi,

strange things are going on when installing NAV Corp on an Novell Network: Clients (NT-WS Sp6a) loose their Word Macros (for running a third party programm) - whenever they close Word - Word is asking where to save normal.dot ?? When stopping NAV Service - everythings working fine - any ideas ???

TIA,

Peter

RE: Norton AV Corporate 7 and Word Macros

Word macros are the easiest way to make a virus. When NAV Corp detects a Word macro, it removes it from the document. Therefore you have made changes to the normal.dot and are prompted to save it.

I think you can add an exception list to exclude that file.

RE: Norton AV Corporate 7 and Word Macros

(OP)
Zehlandakh,

thx for the hint - will try the next time I`m on site - hopefully it works !

Regards,

Peter

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