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how to disable tamper protection in symantec endpoint protection 12.0

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We are using symantec endpoint protection for small business v 12.0. We are getting errors in event log regarding tamper protection. How can we disable tamper protection in sep 12.0.
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It is not possible in v12 and is highlighted as a "feature" in Symantec's FAQ.  If you continually get the same tamper protection from the same file(s), then I would advise adding the exectuables as exceptions.

SEP 12 FAQ: http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/symantec-endpoint-protection-small-business-edition-120-frequently-asked-questions
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