If you use role-based administration:
- You must have the Policy
setting - anti-virus and HIPS right to perform this task.
- You cannot edit a policy if it is
applied outside your active sub-estate.
For more information, see Managing roles and sub-estates.
By default, desktop messages are displayed on the computer on
which a virus, suspicious item or potentially unwanted application
is found. You can configure these messages.
- In the Policies pane, double-click the anti-virus and HIPS policy
you want to change.
- In the Anti-virus and HIPS policy dialog box, click
- In the Messaging dialog box, click the Desktop messaging tab.
By default, Enable desktop messaging and all the options in the Messages to send panel are selected. Edit these settings, if appropriate.
Note: The Suspicious behavior detection, Suspicious file detection, and Adware and PUA detection settings apply only to Windows computers.
- In the User-defined message text box, you can type a message that will be added to
the end of the standard message.
Note: User-defined desktop messages are
not displayed on computers running Windows 8 or