.Temporarily disconnect Norton Internet

  surfer47 11 Dec 12
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I am using Windows with Vista and Norton Internet. I also have Adobe Elements. I receive updates from time to time bu I can't install them, reason being Norton Internet. I am unable to find a way to disable Norton long enough to install updates. Does anyone know how I might accomplish this? Regards

  difarn 12 Dec 12

You should be able to right-click on the Norton icon on your task bar, bottom right, and there you will see the option to disable Anti-Virus auto protect. A window pops up and you enter for how long it should be disabled.

  geowestfall 18 Dec 12

Disabling Norton

Open Norton Internet Security
Click on Norton Internet Security tab
Select Settings
Click Auto- Protect > Turn Off
Click Personal Firewall > Turn Off (to enable click on Turn On)

Disabling Norton 360

Start Norton 360.
In the Norton 360 main window, in the upper-right corner, click Tasks & Settings.
In the Tasks & Settings window, on the right, click Change Advanced Settings.
In the Advanced Settings window, click Virus & Spyware Protection Settings.
In the Automatic Protection Settings tab, uncheck Turn on Auto-Protect, and then click Apply.
Under "How long would you like to disable Auto-Protect for?" select Until I turn it back on, and then click OK.
Click Firewall Protection Settings.
Under Firewall, click Off.
Click Apply.
Under "How long should the firewall remain turned off?" select Until I turn back on, and then click OK.
Click Close
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