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Disable Enpoint via Protect on device?


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Hi,

Is there a way to disable the AV on Linux EndPoint on a Linux end user PC via PROTECT?  I want to be able to disable and then re-enable later on on a specific end user device.

Thanks in advance

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You can disable real-time protection via a policy. However, to re-enable it you will need to unassign it from the client.

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Just to clarify, to renable it can I just re-assign the device back to a policy that has RealTime protection enabled?

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Correct. You won't be able to change the setting directly on a client as long as it is locked by a policy.

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Hi Marcos,  is there a way to disable real time protection via the device on which the AV is running rather than via a policy?  Reason for asking is that i will have instances whereby a laptop cannot connect to the policy server for a few days and I need to disable the AV on it temporarily directly via that laptop rather than via policy.

I looked for the service on the laptop via systemctl but couldn't see the relevant service etc to disable.

Is this possible? 

Thanks

 

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I recall it's possible only on Windows by enabling the Override mode:
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