What are the Configuration Steps for the Webroot Endpoint Protection?

  1. For this, first you have to create an account by using your keycode. The user received the keycode in an email from Webroot.
  2. After this, you should log in to the Management Portal and then open the Setup Wizard. Then in the wizard, you should choose a default policy for Webroot installations on endpoints. Here, the policy explains the Webroot settings, like Webroot scans for threats and it manages the detected items. Keep in mind that the endpoint can be any Windows corporate workstation like PC, laptop, server or virtual server.
    When the user chooses a policy, then a Welcome window appears on your screen and gives you the information of deploy SecureAnywhere to endpoints.
  3. Now, you have to edit your account settings for the Management Portal like your contact number and also a time zone where you are situated. The user should also create logins for other administrators so that they can access the Management Portal.
  4. At this point, you should deploy the SecureAnywhere software to the endpoints.
  5. Here, you should check if the default policy is enough for your business needs. Remember, the user cannot change the Webroot default policies. But if it is required, you should add new policies with different settings. Here, you should also create overrides for some files which are legitimate applications.
  6. Next, you should check if you want to create separate groups of endpoints for different management purposes. Keep in mind when the user deploys SecureAnywhere to your endpoints, then Endpoint Protection keeps them all in one Default group. If it is required then you should create new groups and just assign them to new policies.
  7. At the end, you should customize alert messages which will sent to a distribution list where it explains about infection or if Webroot is installed on new endpoints.

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