Symantec Endpoint Protection 12 Download Mac

Click the black and gold Symantec EndPoint Protection icon in the Menu Bar at the top of the screen. Select Symantec EndPoint Protection Open Symantec EndPoint Protection. From the menu at the top, select Utilities Symantec Scheduler. Select AntiVirus Scan. Under Item to Scan, click Browse and select Macintosh HD. Students may install Symantec Endpoint Protection programs for use on their personal computers. Faculty and staff may install Symantec Endpoint Protection programs on their University-owned machines. Also, faculty and staff may install the software on a single personal computer in accordance with the terms of the retail license agreement. Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) provides protection against viruses, worms, Trojans, and other malware. Faculty and staff can download Symantec for free from our Software distribution page. Symantec 12.1 for Mac requires a Mac desktop or laptop running Mac OS 10.5 or higher with an Intel processor and a minimum of 512 MB of RAM. Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1.4 focuses on Mac, and brings to the Symantec Endpoint Protection Mac client many new Mac-specific features and improvements, including support for Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks, intrusion prevention, and enhancements to content update and scanning. Trusted Mac download Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1.6. Virus-free and 100% clean download. Get Symantec Endpoint Protection alternative downloads.

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Campus licenses for Symantec Endpoint Protection expire on June 24, 2020 for Students and July 31, 2020 for Faculty and Staff. You can learn more about the license expiration and recommended antivirus solutions at Campus Symantec License Expiration - Summer 2020.

This document explains how to uninstall Symantec Endpoint Protection 12 (SEP) for UW-Madison Faculty, Staff and Students on OS X. This process will work to uninstall old versions of Symantec as well.

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Note: Please remove Symantec from any personally owned devices. Regarding UW-owned devices, if you have IT support, they will likely coordinate the removal of Symantec from your device (do not remove yourself). If you have questions about Symantec on your UW owned device, please contact your local IT support, otherwise feel free to open a case with the DoIT Help Desk.

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Note: After you’ve finished uninstalling Symantec, learn more about the new antivirus options for your device here.

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  1. Download the Symantec Uninstaller (Mac) here.

  2. After downloading the zip file, navigate to your downloads folder and double click on RemoveSymantecMacFiles.zip.

  3. Open the RemoveSymantecMacFiles folder, and double click on RemoveSymanteMacFiles.command.

  4. If a warning appears about opening applications from the internet, click Open.

    • If you run into a 'Cannot run due to unidentified developer' error message when trying to run the file try the troubleshooting steps found here: Open an app by overriding security settings

  5. Enter in the admin password (if the user is the primary user, enter their password to login to the machine) and press enter. When you type the password into terminal, it will not show any characters, but terminal still is taking the input in.

  6. Enter in a 1 to the prompt to select 'Remove all Symantec files/folders.'

  7. In a small amount of time, the uninstall script will finish, and prompt you to enter a 'y' (yes) or 'n' (no) to restart your machine. In order for the uninstall to be complete, you must restart the machine. Once the machine has restarted, you have successfully uninstalled Symantec.

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