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Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Hello,

I have just installed NIS (22.5.0.124) onto a new laptop (Windows 7 x64) and all seemed to go smoothly. It did an initial scan and found a threat in a pre-installed copy of PowerDVD. I let it fix it and paid no more concern.

Now I need to disable auto-protect (to install some ancient CAD software) and "Disable Auto-Protect" is greyed out. If I go to Settings->Antivirus the options to disable Boot Time Protection (I set it to aggressive after install), Auto-Protect and Removable Media Scan are all greyed out with the explanation "These settings cannot be changed due to a pending remediation action. Restart your computer to resolve this issue". Several restarts have not resolved the issue.

I have NIS installed on numerous other Win7 machines (earlier versions of NIS) and haven't seen this before.

Does anyone have any suggestions ?

Thanks

Gary

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Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Hello gary271,
You have a conviction and you have greyed settings.  Logically, they're are related.
Then again.  They may not be.  Greyed settings is known reported issue without detected threat. 
Greyed settings may have gone un-noticed...before detected threat.  All other appear as normal.
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Well, if PowerDVD is related (and reboot does not sort grey) then you may need manual malware remediation.
If PowerDVD is not releated.  Then you'll need to Exclude Auto-Protect for the "trigger" that causes grey settings.  
The "trigger" may be PowerDVD. 
To date.  Norton Community has prompted Exclude Auto-Protect 'work around'.  As no fix from Norton. 
Um, are you in Admin account...?

Kudos1 Stats

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Thanks.

The detection shows in history as fully resolved. Since I uninstalled that program, the detected file isn't there any more.

I don't know when the commands greyed out.

Is there any way you know of to determine which items (files ?) are pending mediation ? If I knew that I could look into removing the suspect program.

From the links to other threads you posted, it does seem that this is a problem that other people have seen.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Yes - I am admin. PowerDVD is now uninstalled.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

gary271:

From the links to other threads you posted, it does seem that this is a problem that other people have seen.

Presuming that PowerDVD detection was legit and removing PowerDVD sorted threat.

I've sorted grey settings as others.  By Excluding "trigger". 
For me.  Trigger has been program that place Icon in tray near Norton Icon. 
Trigger seems to be related to poor File Insight rating / Reputation.
I've had "trigger" that I was able to remove from Exclude once "trigger" acquires favorable stats. 
Please review posted Community links.  Hopefully, that will offer insight into user experience re 'greyed'. 

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

OK - thanks - I'll keep searching for the trigger. Since it's a new PC there's not too much stuff on here

If I find the trigger, I'll post back to share the info

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Yes, if machine was established.  Then you'd be aware to (recent) activity. 
And you're sure PowerDVD threat has been satisfied.  Is PowerDVD still in Quarantine. You may submit:  How to report false positives

OK... sorry for persisting.  If you somehow tripped / started PowerDVD.  Then remnants left by un-install.  Just cautious.   Perhaps, flag was innocent false positive.    Good luck. 

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

OK - I think I tracked it down. I searched for all .exe's in Program Files and looked at the File Insight until I found an untrusted one.

The PC is a GIGABYTE P37 and it was in the Gigabyte utilities group - a few of which are running at start-up. Excluded that folder and hey-presto the options are no longer unavailable.

I don't know if I'd call this a bug as such. It seems that NIS found untrusted programs running and planned to do something about them but never could. It would have been very helpful though if it had told me which specific items were pending remediation.

Thanks for your help - I'd never have found it otherwise.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

gary271,

Hopefully, as more users notice greyed.  We'll get "fix" or Norton "Help" document. 
Greyed settings (other than pending remediation) may be by design....but, we just don't know based upon Norton silence. 
Regards
Thanks for your patience and help. 
Welcome to Norton Community

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Respectfully, Just I downloaded the reserved window 10 upgrade(from window 7) and I have faced the same problem of "grayed setting"; the options of the Auto Protect and Boot Time Protection can not be changed to enable or disable , please what must I do to fix the above problem? regarding some times I will need to disable my Auto Protect, is my PC security protected? 

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

shahram:

Respectfully, Just I downloaded the reserved window 10 upgrade(from window 7) and I have faced the same problem of "grayed setting"; the options of the Auto Protect and Boot Time Protection can not be changed to enable or disable , please what must I do to fix the above problem? regarding some times I will need to disable my Auto Protect, is my PC security protected? 

Please see >>https://community.norton.com/en/forums/auto-protect-startup-protection-and-verification-removable-media-are-inaccessible#comments  
as far as I know greyed settings not related to malware remediation is cosmetic
we've never had an official explanation nor fix.....peer to peer has found greyed settings (may be) related to low reputation program....that's been my experience....

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Hi shahram:

Symantec employee Tony Weiss has pinned a post titled HOT ISSUES & FIXES - NIS/NAV/N360 22.5 at the top of this forum board acknowledging this bug still exists in the latest Norton v22.5.2.15.  See item # 4 under his list of known issues, which states:

"4) Unable to disable Auto-Protect in Norton Product after updating to 22.5, with a message shown: "These settings cannot be changed due to a pending remediation action. Restart you computer to resolve the issue." Restart does not resolve the issue."

According to Tony's post, "our engineering team is working to resolve them in a future update".
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32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * Firefox 39.0 * NIS 2014 v. 21.7.0.11 * MBAM Premium 2.1.8

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Thanking you, Referring to the Norton support and they told me that it had been caused by the Live Update; it must be uninstalled and reinstalled, and so the problem was solved, it is better to be done by Norton support because after reinstalling the NS they configure the setting in order to solve the problem, now my NS works well.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

shahram:

...it is better to be done by Norton support because after reinstalling the NS they configure the setting in order to solve the problem, now my NS works well.

Hi shahram:

Thanks for the update.  Do you recall what setting was changed by Norton Customer Support after they reinstalled Norton Security?
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32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * Firefox 39.0 * NIS 2014 v. 21.7.0.11 * MBAM Premium 2.1.8

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Thanking you, it was too fast to see, in addition to I got phone call at same time, but some or one option turned off in firewall sitting(Network Cost Awareness), after restarting PC in order to reinstall the NS; the NS was not able to connect with the NS server; the NS expert used the Command remote......, only I explain one experience, after that the above grayed sitting problem had been solved, later I faced other problem in this sense that the Sitting of the NS window did not come up that was resolved with  restarting the PC.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Today, the above problem come back to me again, the grayed sitting, I am tired and sick from uninstalling and reinstalling the NS, when will the update come to fix the problem??!! I hope that the NS provide the sooner an update for the problem, in addition to, when I run Live Update, it fails to finish the process, telling me" Failed to Complete".

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

I am not able to see Tony's post, when the Live Update fails to complete the process, will not my PC security at risk?

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

sharam:
Thanking you, it was too fast to see, in addition to I got phone call at same time, but some or one option turned off in firewall sitting (Network Cost Awareness), after restarting PC in order to reinstall the NS;

Hi sharam:

If you <click here> are you redirected to Tony's post HOT ISSUES & FIXES - NIS/NAV/N360 22.5?

The "Failed to Complete" error sometimes occurs if you have a temporary problem connecting to the backend Symantec LiveUpdate servers.  Try running a manual LiveUpdate again in a few hours (right-click the Norton icon in your system tray and select LiveUpdate) and if you're connected to the internet and still having a problem after 6-8 hours, check to see if your Network Cost Awareness (Settings | Detailed Settings | Firewall | General Settings | Network Cost Awareness | Configure [+]) is On and the policy is set to No Limit.

From the Norton Security product manual:

"LiveUpdate cannot work if the Network Cost Awareness option in the Firewall window under Settings is set to No Traffic or Economy. Network Cost Awareness lets you define the amount of network bandwidth that Norton Security can use. Therefore, you must ensure that the Network Cost Awareness option is turned on and set to No Limit for LiveUpdate to run."
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32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * Firefox 39.0 * NIS 2014 v. 21.7.0.11 * MBAM Premium 2.1.8

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

shahram:

Respectfully, Just I downloaded the reserved window 10 upgrade(from window 7) ...in addition to, when I run Live Update, it fails to finish the process, telling me" Failed to Complete".

Hi shahram:

Sorry, I just noticed that several other Win 10 users are reporting the same LiveUpdate "Failed to Complete" error - see Dave Parker's image in his thread Auto update fails after upgrading to Windows 10 - and Norton is collecting diagnostic logs to determine the cause.
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32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * Firefox 39.0 * NIS 2014 v. 21.7.0.11 * MBAM Premium 2.1.8

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Thanking for your help, I controlled and did that, before to see your update, I referred again to Norton support, they uninstalled and reinstalled again my NS in "Safe Mode" by remote,now it is working well, but a few days ago a technician of Norton Support had "turned off" the above Network Cost Awareness option"!!may be he/she made mistake due to so much work, today after that my problem had been solved by Norton Support technician,  my contact was cut and I did not succeeded to thank her/ him, please do it from my part, thank you again.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

I have the same problem with my Norton Antivirus and support has had me reinstall NAV 3x now in different ways with their uninstaller etc. but it still doesn't work and I have tried myself and other couple times in different ways...

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Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

I have the same problem with my Norton Antivirus and support has had me reinstall NAV 3x now in different ways with their uninstaller etc. but it still doesn't work and I have tried myself and other couple times in different ways..

FWIW ~ I've managed to avoid greyed settings by Trust Now > Untrusted Files in Norton Insight.    I used to exclude the trigger program to sort greyed settings not related to malware remediation.  Now, I'll check Norton Insight  > Untrusted Files daily.  I'll click on Untrusted and scrutinize file via VirusTotal.  Then I'll do Trust Now.  Been working my machine for quite awhile. 

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Where is that? I don't see any options for Insight anywhere.

The settings, just like this forum are way to confusing to use. I can't even figure out how to quote you here, this is silly...

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Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

From the main dashboard > Security > Run Scans > Norton Insight....and here is a related Thread > https://community.norton.com/en/forums/nis-v225215-cannot-disable-autoprotect

Maybe we can get attention from @Gayathri_R in this Thread.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

I do not have anything in Untrusted Files daily option in Norton Insight; the solution was explained by bjm can not be done, again I faced the above grayed sitting problem; I have the last version of Norton Security, what must I do? why the Norton does not solve this problem? how many times Must I uninstall and re-install my NS? in addition to, every time I contact with the Norton support by the remote, after using the remote contact; it create problem for my window start bottom, after a few restart the remote window appears!! and after deleting it the problem is solved, in addition to, the New Version Check option in NS window does not work; the page is not available!!  

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

It does not show that screen for me bjm_

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Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Please could you give me an English link to download Norton Security, because my account is into Dutch and I do not want Dutch language, I would like to uninstall and reinstall my NS by myself.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

shahram,

Norton Security ~ v22.5.2.15

Norton Security with Backup ~ v22.5.2.15

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Thank you.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

IcarusLSC,

What do you see > From the main dashboard > Security > Run Scans > Norton Insight
How to post an image in the forums.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Is there any way to lower the number of emails I get from this forum?

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Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

IcarusLSC,
Go to Community Account (top right on this page) > Subscriptions > Unsubscribe
Go to Community Account > Edit > Notifications > change your preference > Save

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

I don't want to unsubscribe from it, but don't need emails about every single post to it all day long...

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Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

It wont let me add a picture, no matter what I enter I get:

The word verification was not completed correctly. Please complete this new word verification and try again. If you feel this is in error, please report that you are blocked

I also can not quote anything or use this forum properly, so will be deleting NAV very soon if this keeps on all the systems here. I should not have to go through this grief to get any of this to work, including this abysmal forum.

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Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

NAV used to be a great program, but has gone downhill severely. I don't want my antivirus optimizing my system or all this other crap it says it does.

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Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

IcarusLSC,
Disable 'Disk Optimization' under Task Scheduling and disable 'Idle Time Optimizer' under Administrative Settings.

Settings > Task Scheduling > uncheck Disk Optimization.Settings > Administrative Settings > Idle Time Optimizer > Off > Apply.

Quote is broken.  Broken quote has been reported.  All we can do is wait.... and hope.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

I have disabled all I don't use, which is a fair bit other then anti-virus. It's a pita as I need to do it every time I reinstall even if I use the option to save settings. NAV is turning into a royal pain to use now, these forums aren't making the experience any better...

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Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Respectfully, every time I deleted some keys in registry after deleting a software in order to do a clean re-installation, the key behind the deleted software, I face with the grayed sitting problem, and after several times restarting the PC, the above grayed sitting problem is solved, what must I do to stop such problem , please?

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

After you get the "Run Scans" screen, select Norton Insight, select "Go", select Untrusted Files in the pull down window...

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Thanking you, I carried out the above process , I make "trust"on "untrusted" file or those files that have a red sign of X, and after restarting the computer, the grayed sitting problem is solved, but after a few hours and days it comes back again, uninstalling and re-installing the NS is useless.

 I only fear that the above NS grayed sitting risks at "security" of my PC.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Did you note the names of the Untrusted Files that you allowed as Trust Now.
Did you confirm Untrusted Files were safe by checking hash at VirusTotal.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

I do not know what is the " hash at VirusTotal", but on untrusted file option of Norton Insight, there is a list , I click on each of them; a window open and I click on "trust now" , the name of files are IOBIT uninstaller, adobe Flash player.....between them there are files with good rate...sometimes there are a few files and sometimes tens of files!!!after the process; after restarting the computer and after using the above programs , I face again grayed sitting problem!! 

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

shahram,
Your screen shot shows User Trusted Files.   I look at Untrusted Files.
When I find an Untrusted.  I verify file is Safe and then Trust Now. 

For second opinion choose File and / or Search hash at VirusTotal or upload file to VirSCAN and/or Jotti and/or submit to Symantec for review analysis > see > How to report false positives

I've sorted greyed settings not related to malware remediation by Exclude Auto-Protect /or by Norton Insight. 

I've read several of your messages regarding greyed settings.  I'm sorry... from this distance I cannot do for you what I would do on my machine.  Greyed setting unless related to malware remediation is by available information cosmetic and an annoyance.  Grey settings not related to malware remediation by available information does not diminish protection.
Greyed settings has been reported numerous times.  Attempts have been made to call attention to the greyed settings problem.  I'm sorry.
@gerry_egan

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Sorry I make mistake over screenshot, just I will correct it.

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Sorry, I only have my experience and the reports of users that have sorted greyed settings.  Specifically, what you are experiencing.  No way to know for sure.

Norton has not published as far as I'm aware any information on greyed settings not related to malware remediation. 

Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Wow all these emails are super annoying! You need to make it send one email a day or give the option etc...

Please fix this not being able to disable auto-protect etc issue asap or Norton is gone on all my systems...

I'm unsubbing from this thread as these emails are too much, and Norton obviously can't fix it...

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Kudos0

Re: Can't disable auto-protect: "pending remediation action"

Here is a forum where hundreds of the people communicate together to solve their problem and nobody allowed to make determination and duty for other people to communicate more or less annoying other people with repeated useless complaints, and if some ones is annoyed of email can switch off ones email or unsubscribes oneself,  each class has own security issue and problem, of course for some class this world is a paradise!! of peace, freedom, justice!!!and must not be concerned over anything.  

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