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Ask the experts! And none of the threads address the “ASK” above. no right click scan... No need for math.

Export/Backup your Identity Safe data. Type "regedit" into the Search field. Close the Registry editor and then reboot your computer. Paul -=-= Ruff time line of what was done. why not find out more

Talking in theories and assumptions from users will just see another year go by with no resolve. Posted: 01-Jun-2016 | 6:16PM • Permalink Hello P Wil When you update  to Windows 10, you often do need to reinstall your Norton product. einstall of Norton Security Deluxe as d admin user Always :-) (actually right click and runas Administrator as this then runs as true full admin) This is not exactly true as you Am I doing something wrong?

  • Typo?  Best to wait for OP to respond at this point, as it does say NS360?
  • Right-click on the "Symantec Scan Engine" in the Registry Editor's right panel, and then select the "Delete" option from the context menu that appears. 9.
  • Restart. 4.

Reason? which is what most of us use most often. Third-Party Explorer Shells (Like Total Commander File Manager) are no longer supported for this feature in Norton v21. mine above is still referencing a path to v20.

I posted my above comments (including the timing and date information mentioned in the sentence before this one) on January 28. Visitor2 Reg: 28-Jan-2016 Posts: 3 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Cannot right click / scan with Norton (Windows 10) Posted: 28-Jan-2016 | 1:40AM • Edited: 28-Jan-2016 | 1:49AM • Permalink Having "Scan Now" in the Directory Opus right-click menu is very useful. Things happen.

Now sign out of your Standard account, and sign into your Admin account. Ask the experts! I just got an update from the team. For your information, there are some features in Norton 2009 which are unavailable in Vista 64-bit. 1.

I appreciate it. Export/Backup your Identity Safe data. Click on the "File" drop-down menu and select the "Export" option. Posted: 22-Jun-2016 | 8:25AM • Permalink Hi Peter This is not exactly true as you can see using your Norton product as an example.

Export/Backup your Identity Safe data. weblink I guess it is time for a reinstall of Norton. Click on the "+" sign next to the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" key in the Registry Editor's left panel to expand the contents of the key. Software How can I find commandline for right-click filescan with Norton 36Hey, I'm trying to let eMule scan my incomming files through Norton 360 automaticly.

As long as the command line above proves to work the same as the context menu/shell extension that Symantec has taken away from us, why should we care? It was solved, so thats what mattered.  This kinda thing drives me crazy if I can't get to end of job :-) Paul _Paul_ Contributor4 Reg: 14-May-2016 Posts: 23 Solutions: 0 I've run the removal utility and reinstalled Norton but I still don't have the option to scan individual files/folders. navigate here Have you restarted your computer?

Test laptop with W7 Home Premium 64 bit * NIS Vers. floplot Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 11-Apr-2009 Posts: 22,333 Solutions: 484 Kudos: 3,478 Kudos0 Re: Norton Insight disappeared from context Please come back and let us know how you made out. and the 'Scan Now' Context Menu action provided by the NIS shell extension.

That will tell us if the problem happens when Opus asks the shell extension to add its menu items, or if we aren't even reaching that point.

IS? Real Time Protection = NIS 2009 + NATBehavior Analysis = ThreatfireOn Demand = MBAM rexmortiz Visitor2 Reg: 12-Nov-2008 Posts: 10 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: HELP! bjm_ Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 07-Sep-2008 Posts: 13,911 Solutions: 283 Kudos: 2,039 Kudos0 Re: Loss of Norton Scan Facility on right mouse click on downloaded file Posted: 03-Jan-2015 | 7:12AM • Within one of your other links is a comment about Norton supporting the Windows Explorer right click menus.

Export/Backup your Identity Safe data. It is not like you are running in an admin account. Anybody know how to get the 'Scan with Norton' option back? his comment is here I am writing to ask for guidance on getting effective support and answers on a topic that has been raised several times by other users but never properly resolved...

As a new more accurate test, I've right clicked on "picasa39-setup.exe" and I get the following (note that windows defender is referenced here but is disabled as far as I can tell) Glad you got it working, sorry you had to spend so much time figuring it out. Also Sonar does not work on the 64 bit versions either. Right-click on the "Symantec AntiVirus Scan Engine" entry in the list of services and select "Stop." 3.

I don't have that enough time in the day for testing BC vs. So Run as Administrator does help in many ways, but it only gives admin access to a specific file or installer to do what it needs. Unfortunately changing the dlldir_security setting to False did not make the item appear. Why blame Norton for something MS created, yet again.

I'm going to post in that product suggestions forum you linked to in order to leave no obvious stones unturned, but honestly, it seems a bit of a roundabout way to Specifically: Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool v5.31, December 2015 (build 5.31.12100.0). The support people are always helpful, but it's not easy to get things passed through to their developers (Symantec is hardly alone in that respect!). SONAR - Symantec™ Online Network for Advanced Response. (You can opt for Norton AntiBot along with NIS 2009 since SONAR isn't supported in 64-bit) 3.

Using a Standard Windows user account, start Norton Security, and click on settings. What I'm not happy about is the fact that I spent hours troubleshooting and dealing with support staff, escalated to the Senior Team, and got promised a response within "48-72 hours The link also does not provide any resolution, or at least not for my Win10 system. It is not like you are running in an admin account.

Thank you. Hopefully, that forum is better monitored or responded to directly by Symantec ppl? That said, I don't think you read the details of the thread entirely accurately... Nikhil_CV Norton Fighter25 Reg: 26-Aug-2012 Posts: 2,571 Solutions: 90 Kudos: 582 Kudos0 Re: Explanation for blocking 'Scan Now' Context Menu action in third-party file managers please Posted: 04-Aug-2014 | 8:30AM • After deletion, move on to Step 8.

does it REALLY matter? Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts Tutorials Advanced Search Forum Vista Forums System Security how to add Norton Scan 2008 Success always occurs in private and failure in full view. You have an opportunity to be the good guy here and get an answer to your customers who use Opus here, though I think that answer properly belongs in that Norton