||Select Workstation or
Server from the drop-down list.
Note: This option
is only available via ePolicy Orchestrator.
|Access protection settings
access protection — Enables the access protection
McAfee services from being stopped— Prevent users without
debug privileges from terminating McAfee processes.
Users with debug program privileges can still stop
McAfee processes even though you select this
Administrators have debug program privileges by default for
Windows XP and Windows 2003 operating systems. Remove these
privileges from the user’s permissions so that they cannot stop
|Access protection rules
Categories — Select a category to
display the rules for that category. Rules are organized into these
- Virtual Machine Protection
If you installed AntiSpyware Enterprise Module 8.7,
you also have these categories:
See How access protection rules are defined for more
Block/Report/Rules — Configure
Block — Blocks the process that
is specified in the Rule Details.
Select Block to enable the rule or
deselect it to disable the rule.
To block access attempts without logging, select Block but do not select Report.
reporting of attempts to violate access protection. When a
detection occurs, information is recorded in the activity log.
To receive a warning without blocking access attempts, select
Report, but do not select
Block. This is useful when the full
impact of a rule is not known. Monitor the logs and/or reports for
a short while to determine whether to block access.
Rules — Use the rules to protect
your computer from unwanted changes. Rules are organized by
category. First select the category, then select the rule. See
Configuring anti-virus and common rules and
Configuring user-defined rules for more information.
New — Create a new user-defined
rule. See Configuring user-defined rules for more
Edit — Change an existing
— Remove an
existing user-defined rule.
You can only delete user-defined rules. Other rules can be
edited or disabled, but not deleted. To disable a rule, deselect
both the Block and Report options.