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How Do You Add Exception To Av Software


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#1 Baptong

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Posted 25 September 2008 - 10:38 AM

I wrote a batch file for remote admin. I includes EXE files written in C++ for remoting into another machine. The AV keeps deleting the C++ file thinking it's a Hijacking malware/spyware. I'm pretty sure that there's a way to add files as exception or add to ignore list. I am running Symantec Antivurs Corporate Edition v. 10.1.5.5000. Anyone know how to do this?

Does this need to be done on the AV server, or can it be done any client machine that 's running the AV?

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Posted 25 September 2008 - 11:51 AM

Norton AntiVirus Corporate Edition Userís Guide. See page 37-38. This is an older user guide but it should work about the same way.
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