Turn tamper protection on or off

If you use role-based administration:

  • You must have the Policy setting - tamper protection right to configure a tamper protection policy.
  • You can't edit a policy if it is applied outside your active sub-estate.

For more information, see Managing roles and sub-estates.

To turn tamper protection on or off:

  1. Check which tamper protection policy is used by the group(s) of computers you want to configure.
  2. In the Policies pane, double-click Tamper protection. Then double-click the policy you want to change.
  3. In the Tamper Protection Policy dialog box, select or clear the Enable tamper protection check box.

    If you want to enable tamper protection for the first time, click Set under the Password box. In the Tamper Protection Password dialog box, enter and confirm a password.

    Tip We recommend that the password should be at least eight characters long and contain mixed-case letters and numbers.