In the Suite and Threat Protection versions of Symantec Mobility, you can create a device policy for enforcing various threat protection-related conditions on Android devices. When you specify any of the Threat Protection Settings to be something other than User Defined, the device policy settings are enabled and enforced by the device policy.
These settings apply to Android devices that have the Norton Mobile Security app installed. The settings will successfully apply on Android 3.9 and higher. The policy settings are ignored by devices running Android versions prior to 3.9.
Anti-Malware Scan Frequency- The default setting is User Defined, which lets the user define how often their device is scanned. Anti-malware scanning can take time and consume battery power, so many admins allow the device user to set how often their device is scanned. If you chose to administrate this feature, you can set the scan frequency to Daily, Weekly, or Monthly.
Scan SD card- If checked, when the Anti-Malware Scan is performed, the SD card is also scanned for malware.
Web protection- The default setting is User Defined. When set to Enabled, the web protection features of Norton Mobile Security are enabled on the device. See the Norton Mobile Security client help for information about this feature.
Creating device policies that use Threat Protection Settings
Use the following procedure to specify threat protection settings in device policies:
Set threat protection settings
Go to Policies and rules> Device policies > New Device Policy
You can also edit an existing device policy to add the threat protection settings. Select the device policy from the Device policies list and click the Edit icon (pencil).
Enter a name and optionally, a description for this policy.
Scroll down to Threat protection settings.
Select the desired threat-protection settings.
If no other device policy settings are required for this policy, click Save. Otherwise, select any other settings you need and then click Save.