Note: This topic applies to the HTTP1.1 Release.
Managing anti-malware policies entails:
Guardian applies all anti-malware policies in the order found. You must specify in what order Guardian should apply the policies.
You do this as follows:
|1.||Go to the Guardian > Anti-malware > Manage policies page.|
|2.||Locate the policy.|
|3.||Drag and drop the policy to where you want Guardian to apply it.|
For example, if you have created a policy which does not scan archives that system administrators want to download, drag the policy to the top of the list of policies.
|1.||Go to the Guardian > Anti-malware > Manage policies page and locate the policy you want to edit.|
|2.||Click the Edit policy button. Guardian displays the policy settings on the Guardian > Anti-malware > Policy wizard page.|
|3.||Make the changes necessary — for more information about working with policies, see Creating Anti-Malware Policies .|
|4.||Click Confirm. Guardian displays the settings you have selected. Review them and click Save to save the changes to the policy. Guardian updates the policy and makes it available on the Guardian > Anti-malware > Manage policies page.|
|1.||Go to the Guardian > Anti-malware > Manage policies page and locate the policy you want to delete.|
|2.||Click the Delete policy button. Guardian prompts you to confirm that you want to delete the policy. Click Remove. Guardian deletes the policy.|