www.webroot.com/safe - When you first installed Endpoint Protection, you selected one of the default policies. A policy specifies the SecureAnywhere configurations for endpoints including security settings, such as the scanning schedule and shielding behavior. You are able to continue using the default security settings or create additional policy and apply them to specific endpoints. For instance, you may prefer to grant system administrators greater control than other employees. In this scenario you can create an entirely new policy for administrators and let everyone else follow an existing policy.
The policies can limit access to specific types of websites or URLs. Web Security Service (WSS) Web Security Service (WSS) has a variety of policies that are available to be immediately used including The Best Practices policy, which is the default policy. If you do not make any modifications to the policies it will apply an existing policy, which is the Best Practices policy. It is possible to change policies at anytime. For more information, consult this Management Guide. This section demonstrates how you can manage the categories of websites that are allowed, set up bypasses or exceptions, manage file types that can be uploaded or downloaded in addition to other configuration options.
Webroot SecureAnywhere is an Cloud Anti-Virus product provided to clients from Cloud Direct. Webroot Endpoint (agent) administration is typically done remotely using an administration console. In the event of need, Webroot users may view or manage their own Endpoint locally using Webroot SecureAnywhere, the Webroot SecureAnywhere users interface. To access the user interface users must be logged in. Endpoint user has to be assigned a policy which allows access. www.webroot.com/secure