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if any infections/threats present on the USB drive attempt to access or modify any of the content on the system it would be detected. The detection mechanism within File System Auto-Protect ensures safety from threats present on the USB drives.
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Posted 30 July 2012 - 09:27 AM
My Lappy is a Hp 430
Our College has given us the lappy and symantec endpoint protection for free
Now the thing is Symantec does not automatically scan pen drives
Its quite light its not intrusive but the problem is it shows the latest updates 1 day earlier
It tells me the system is up to date i.e. i used Norton at it updates it self after 30 minutes so is symantec endpoint not updating properly
Also it does not automatically scan pen drives
and most suprisingly A threat on a pendrive has to be executed for Symantec endpoint to detect and resolve it.....
Although my system is clean and we are behind the college firewall their is still the problem of pen drive infection
Is their any way to make Symantec Endpoint Auto Scan pendrives or should I change the Antivirus
My college is giving it for free so please don`t ask me to change to one of the paid ones
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