Agent Control Settings

  1. Go to Agents > Global Agent Settings,
  2. Click the Agent Control tab.
  3. Configure settings as required.

    Section

    Settings

    General Settings

    Add Manual Scan to the Windows shortcut menu on endpoints: Displays the Scan menu item to the Security Agents shortcut menu

    Alert Settings

    • Show the alert icon on the Windows taskbar if the virus pattern file is not updated after XX day(s): Displays an alert icon on the Windows taskbar to remind users to update an outdated Virus Pattern after the specified number of days

    • Display a notification message if the endpoint needs to restart to load a kernel mode driver: Displays a notification on the endpoint indicating that a restart is required to finish installing a hotfix or upgrade package that contains a new kernel mode driver

    Agent Language Configuration

    You can configure all Security Agents to display using the Apex One server language settings or the locally logged on user language settings.

    • Local language settings on the endpoint: The Security Agent displays using the language settings of the logged on user.

      Note:

      If the Security Agent does not support the logged on user language settings, the agent applies the Apex One server language. If the endpoint does not support the Apex One server language, English displays.

    • Apex One server language: The Security Agent displays using the Apex One server language.

      Note:

      If the endpoint does not support the Apex One server language, English displays.

  4. Click Save.