Customizing Norton AntiVirus for Macintosh Manage virus-like activities
Remove entries from the Exceptions List
You can remove exceptions that you no longer want. For example, if you remove a program from your disk for which you had an exception, you can remove the exception saved for that program.
To remove entries from the Exceptions List
On the Tools menu, click Edit Exceptions List.
Deletes a selected item from the list
Applications and activities excluded from virus-like activity alerts
Deletes all exceptions from the list
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In the Exceptions List dialog box, select the exceptions to delete. Click Delete. Click Save to save your changes.
Clear all entries from the Exceptions List
You can remove all entries from the Exceptions List. Be aware, however, that Norton AntiVirus Auto-Protect resumes alerting you of virus-like activities when they occur.
When you first install Norton AntiVirus, some exceptions are already set. These exceptions apply to standard behavior of various Symantec products, including Norton AntiVirus. If you clear all entries from the Exceptions List, you may receive virus-like activity alerts regarding these activities. You can add them back to the Exceptions List by clicking Remember in the virus-like activity alert.