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Josch
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We have a problem with the Outlook cloud sync here. For this reason we would like to stop the ESET Endpoint-protection completely. Unfortunately, this is prevented by a policy. User cannot disable protection if defined by policy. Normaly, this is a good thing.
How to stop protection and bypass policy? e.g. with a password?
I have removed the affected PC on the policy group. Nevertheless it doesn't work.

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You can enable override mode in a policy so that local admins can make temporary changes in the configuration:

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I don't understand "override mode". Sorry.

I tried this guide. But it does't work. Do you have an other manual?

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I found this restiction:

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The user who is using the Override mode needs to have Windows admin rights too. Otherwise, the user cannot save the changes in settings of the ESET product.

This is not possible! I can't switch an normaly user to an Admin. That's too high a risk.

Is there an other way to disable ESET Endpoint?

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No, only local administrators can take advantage of the override mode and temporarily override settings locked by a policy.

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