|11 Nov 2010||#2|
You can configure exclusions in NIS to ignore certain files and/or directories. From the NIS main window, click on Settings, then under Computer Settings you will find a section for AntiVirus and SONAR exclusions. Add your exclusions to both the Items to Exclude from Scans and Items to Exclude from Auto-Protect and SONAR Detection.
If you want to exclude everything in a directory, be sure to have the "Include subfolders" box checked.
If its false positives thats troubling you, submit them to Symantec.
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