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The Basic Configuration settings control the behavior of the Webroot SecureAnywhere software on managed endpoints.

Basic Configuration settings
Show a Webroot shortcut on the desktop Provides quick access to the main interface by placing the shortcut icon on the endpoint desktop.
Show a system tray icon Provides quick access to SecureAnywhere functions by placing the Webroot icon in the endpoint system tray.
Show a splash screen on bootup Opens the Webroot splash screen when the endpoint starts.
Show Webroot in the Start Menu Lists SecureAnywhere in the Windows Startup menu items.
Show Webroot in Add/Remove Programs Lists SecureAnywhere in the Windows Add/Remove Programs panel.
Show Webroot in Windows Security/Action Center Lists SecureAnywhere in the Windows Security/Action Center, under Virus Protection information.
Hide the Webroot keycode on-screen Hides the keycode on the endpoint's My Account panel. Asterisks replace the code, except for the first four digits.
Automatically download and apply updates Downloads product updates automatically without alerting the endpoint user.
Operate background functions using fewer CPU resources Saves CPU resources by running non-scan related functions in the background.
Favor low disk usage over verbose logging (fewer details stored in logs) Saves disk resources by saving only the last four log items.
Lower resource usage when intensive applications or games are detected Suppresses SecureAnywhere functions while the user is gaming, watching videos, or using other intensive applications.
Allow Webroot to be shut down manually Shows a Shutdown command in the endpoint's system tray menu. Deselecting this option removes the Shutdown command from the menu.
Force non-critical notifications into the background Suppresses information-only messages from appearing in the system tray.
Fade out warning messages automatically Closes warning dialogs in the system tray after a few seconds. If you disable this option, the user must manually click on a message to close it.
Store Execution History details Stores data for the Execution History logs, available under Reports.
Poll interval Specifies how often the endpoint checks for updates. For example: 15 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hour, or 2 hours.

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