If you don't want anyone to tamper with your custom ESET Nod 32 antivirus
settings, you can set a password that will definitely limit the manipulation allowed. Still your antivirus shall be fully functional.
Here's how to proceed:
- Open your Antivirus
- Click the Setup tab > Enter entire advanced setup tree
- Scroll to the "User interface" section > "Access setup" section
- In the right pane:
- Check the box next to "Password protect settings"
- Click on the "Set password button"
- A small dialog shall open, simply fill in your password and confirm it.
- Validate with the OK button.
- You shall have the confirmation that your settings are henceforth password protected.
Published by jak58
Latest update on October 14, 2014 at 09:52 AM by Jeff.