Are you sure that the virus scanner is actually disabled when they close it?
There is a visible and an invisible part of the virus scanner. Closing the
visible part does not necessarily mean the invisible part is not running.
If you create a standard user account in a test standard user account, close
the virus scanner from it, then log in with your admin account, does the
virus scanner show disabled?
"UH" <jeenycom@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> Thanks -- i'm not using Norton, but I can secure any changes with a
> password. That, unfortunately, does not include exting the whole virus
> scanner... :-( Best wishes, Ulrich
> On 22 Dez., 19:58, "Jimmy Brush" <j...@xxxxxx> wrote:
>> I would recommend reading through the Norton help files. A lot of virus
>> scanners allow you to create a password that must be entered to
>> change/modify settings.
>> - JB
>> Microsoft MVP Windows Shell/User