- 1 How do you exclude folders?
- 2 How do I set exclusions in McAfee EPO?
- 3 How do I delete quarantined files from McAfee?
- 4 How do I stop McAfee from deleting DLL files?
- 5 How do I stop Windows Defender from scanning folders?
- 6 How do I add exceptions to McAfee?
- 7 How do I check McAfee exclusions?
- 8 How do I remove McAfee from program files?
- 9 How do I stop McAfee blocking a program?
- 10 How do I clear my McAfee Security history?
- 11 Can DLLs have viruses?
- 12 Does Windows 10 delete pirated files?
- 13 How do I stop antivirus from deleting files?
How do you exclude folders?
Under Virus & threat protection settings, select Manage settings, and then under Exclusions, select Add or remove exclusions. Select Add an exclusion, and then select from files, folders, file types, or process. A folder exclusion will apply to all subfolders within the folder as well.
How do I set exclusions in McAfee EPO?
- Login to McAfee EPO web console.
- Select Menu | Policy | Policy Catalog.
- Select Product: VirusScan Enterprise 8.7.0.
- Select Category: On-Access Default Processes Policies.
- Select My Default | Edit Settings.
- Chose Settings for | Workstation or Server.
- Select Exclusions tab.
- Select Add
How do I delete quarantined files from McAfee?
On the Home Page, click Navigation in the upper-right corner. Under Features, click Quarantined and Trusted Items. Click Quarantined Items or Quarantined Potentially Unwanted Programs to display the list of quarantined threats. From the list, select the item that you want to delete, and click Delete.
How do I stop McAfee from deleting DLL files?
Are you using a PC or a Mac?
- Open your McAfee Security product.
- Click Navigation or click the cog at the top right.
- Click Quarantined and Trusted Items.
- Open: Quarantined Items for individual files. Or.
- Select specific items individually, or click Select all.
- Select: Restore to restore the item from quarantine. Or.
How do I stop Windows Defender from scanning folders?
How to prevent Windows Defender from scanning specific files
- Open Windows Defender Security Center.
- Click Virus & threat protection.
- Click the Virus & threat protection option.
- Under “Exclusions,” click the Add or remove exclusions option.
- Click the Add an exclusion button.
How do I add exceptions to McAfee?
- Open your McAfee security software.
- Click PC Security.
- Click Real-Time Scanning.
- Click Excluded Files.
- Click Add file.
- Browse to, and select, the file that you want to exclude from Real-Time scanning.
- Repeat the process as needed to exclude multiple files from being scanned.
How do I check McAfee exclusions?
- Click Start, Programs, McAfee, VirusScan Console.
- Right-click On-Access Scanner and select Properties.
- Click All Processes, Detection, Exclusions.
How do I remove McAfee from program files?
Extra Optional Steps
- Open My Computer, double-click on Drive C.
- Double-click on Program Files.
- Look for any McAfee product folders that remain. Right-click on them and choose Delete.
- Close My Computer and other folders.
How do I stop McAfee blocking a program?
Open your McAfee security product, such as LiveSafe or Total Protection. Click PC Security. Click Firewall in the left pane. Follow the steps below after you open the Internet Connections for Programs draw:
- Look for the app that is being blocked in the list.
- If the app is in the list:
- If the app is not in the list:
How do I clear my McAfee Security history?
Remove event log
- Click the McAfee menulet on the status bar, then select Console.
- On the console dashboard, click Event Log.
- Click, type the administrator password, then click OK.
- Select the event, then click Delete.
- Click OK to remove the events.
- Click to prevent further changes.
Can DLLs have viruses?
Can DLL files contain viruses? Yes, the absolutely can. DLLs contain executable code.
Does Windows 10 delete pirated files?
Windows 10 will automatically delete pirated games, other software.
How do I stop antivirus from deleting files?
- Go to Windows Settings > Update & Security > Windows Security > Virus & threat protection.
- Under Virus & threat protection settings, click Manage settings.
- Under Exclusions, click Add or remove exclusions.
- Click Add an exclusion, and choose File or Folder.