Configuring client notifications for intrusion prevention and Memory Exploit Mitigation

By default, notifications appear on client computers when the client detects intrusion protection events and Memory Exploit Mitigation. When these notifications are enabled, they display a standard message. For IPS notifications, you can add customized text to the standard message.
  1. To configure client notifications for intrusion prevention and Memory Exploit Mitigation
  2. In the console, click
    Clients
    and under
    Clients
    , select a group.
  3. On the
    Policies
    tab, under
    Location-specific Policies and Settings
    , under a location, expand
    Location-specific Settings
    .
  4. To the right of
    Client User Interface Control Settings
    , click
    Tasks
    , and then click
    Edit Settings
    .
  5. In the
    Client User Interface Control Settings for
    group name
    dialog box, click either
    Server control
    or
    Mixed control
    .
  6. Beside
    Mixed control
    or
    Server control
    , click
    Customize
    .
    If you click
    Mixed control
    , on the
    Client/Server Control Settings tab
    , beside
    Show/Hide Intrusion Prevention notifications
    , click
    Server
    . Then click the
    Client User Interface Settings
    tab.
  7. In the
    Client User Interface Settings
    dialog box or tab, click
    Display Intrusion Prevention and Memory Exploit Mitigation notifications
    .
  8. To enable a sound when the notification appears, click
    Use sound when notifying users
    .
  9. Click
    OK
    .
  10. Click
    OK
    .