Customizing Norton AntiVirus for Macintosh About Custom Preferences
In the Custom dialog box, select an icon.
Determines how Norton AntiVirus Auto-Protect handles floppy disks and other removable media. See “About Floppy Scan Preferences” on page 92.
Determines what areas of your computer are protected by Auto-Protect. See “About SafeZone Preferences” on page 93.
Determines how Auto-Protect and the Norton AntiVirus program perform scans, and whether Auto-Protect alerts you to changes in program files. See “About Scan Preferences” on page 95.
Customizes how Auto-Protect monitors virus-like activities. See “About Prevention Preferences” on page 98.
Customizes the types and durations of Auto-Protect alert messages. See “About Alert Preferences” on page 101.
Identifies a file format for Activity Logs, and chooses which activities to record in the log. See “About Report Preferences” on page 103.
Chooses which types of compressed files you want to scan. See “About Compression Preferences” on page 105.
Make the changes to the Preferences settings. Click Save when you are done.
Access Custom Preferences in Mac OS X v10.1
The Preferences dialog box contains three additional panes used to customize Norton AntiVirus. You can specify how you want Auto-Protect to run. You can choose the types of compression files you want Norton AntiVirus to scan. And you can set Norton AntiVirus to send you a notice when your virus definitions are out of date.