Join Nancy C. Muir for an in-depth discussion in this video Configuring product security, part of Norton Internet Security Essential Training.
…Throughout this course,…you'll learn about making various product settings in Norton Internet Security.…These settings help you customize the protection that Norton provides.…In this movie, I'll tell you how to setup product security so…that no unauthorized person can access Norton and change those settings and…how you setup a product password.…There are three settings you can make to protect Norton.…The first is called Non Admins Access to Settings.…This either allows or…blocks non administrator level people from accessing your settings.…
The second setting is Norton Product Tamper Protection.…This prevents unauthorized attacks or changes by malware products.…Finally, there's settings password protection.…You can set up a password so…that only those who know the password can change your settings.…So let's look at the first of these, non admins access to settings.…In the settings window, click the general tab, and then product security.…Non-admins access to settings is an on/off feature.…So if you want to grant access to any user on your windows computer who has…
She explains how to set up real-time protection, configure scans of your system, and schedule tasks so that they don't hog system resources at important times. She'll also show how to set up a Smart Firewall to protect your entire network, and configure antivirus and antispam protection for messaging and email. Then learn how to protect and control your family's experience online, use an Identity Safe account for web browsing, and work with Norton's add-on cloud-sharing, mobile security, and remote monitoring services. Finally, Nancy explains how to incorporate Norton software as part of an overall privacy and security effort.
- Installing Norton Internet Security
- Excluding sites from scans
- Viewing performance data
- Running updates
- Configuring and running scans
- Protecting yourself online and on mobile devices