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How to allow programs to access the internet

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#1 stevealmighty


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Posted 12 November 2009 - 04:44 PM

As per the title, how do I make Symantec Endpoint Protection to allow certain programs to access the internet? It blocks Battlefield 2 and google chrome update. I can provide the directory location if needed. Any help here would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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Posted 13 November 2009 - 05:01 PM

Client Guide PDF, page 123

12 In the View Applications List dialog box, to change the action, right-click the
application, and then click Allow, Ask, or Block.
13 Click OK.
You can also change the action for the application from the Network Activity
dialog box.
To change an application's action from the Network Activity dialog box
1 In the client, in the sidebar, click Status.
2 Beside Network Threat Protection, click Options > View Network Activity.
3 In the Network Activity dialog box, in the Running Applications field,
right-click the application or service, and then click Allow, Ask, or Block.
4 Click Close.

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