0 Replies Latest reply on Aug 4, 2016 9:52 PM by mohamedshaharris_intel

    How to make Mcafee solidify system with write protected

    mohamedshaharris_intel

      You must enable the Mcafee Solidifier.

      Run this command:

       

      $ sadmin enable

       

      Then reboot your system

       

      After reboot your system, you can write protect your system.

       

      Specify the complete paths to the components to be write-protected. Paths can

      include the wildcard character (*). However, it can only represent one complete path

      component.

       

      On Linux, using /abc/*/def is allowed while /abc/*.sh, /abc/*.*, or

      /abc/doc.* is not allowed.

       

      For example:

       

      $ sadmin write-protect -i /etc/ (Linux)

       

      To remove write protection applied to specific components.

       

      When you specify the file path, write protection applied to all files in the

      specified path is removed.

      Specify the complete path to the file, directory, or drive to be removed from

      write protection.

       

      For example:

       

      $ sadmin write-protect -r /etc/ (Linux)

       

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