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With Application control, you can set restrictions on which applications can run.

To use Application control:

  1. Under Profiles, select a profile.
  2. In the Profile page that opens, select Application control.
  3. On the Application control page, turn Application control on or off.

    Note: By default, the Application control is on.

  4. Under Global rule, select one of the options:
    • Allow all applications – if none of the exclusion rules block an application, installer, or script, it is allowed.
    • Block all applications – if none of the exclusion rules allow an application, installer, or script, it is blocked.
    • Allow and monitor all applications – if none of the exclusion rules block an application, installer, or script, it is allowed but its behavior is monitored and, if need be, reported.

    Note: Global rule defines the last rule that is applied to all applications.

  5. Under Exclusions, you can view, edit, and turn on or off the exclusion rules. The rules in the table are applied in a priority order (the first rule is applied first).

    Note: By default, the rules are off. In the future, you will be able to edit the rules and change their priority order. We recommend turning on all the security rules provided by F-Secure.

  6. You can select to save and publish your changes to the current profile or to multiple profiles.

    Note: If you selected to save and publish to multiple profiles and you close the window without saving the changes, the changes are not applied to the current profile.

Source : Official F-Secure Brand
Editor by : BEST Antivirus KBS Team

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