How to Start & Stop NPAV Auto Updates?

In NPAV (Net Protector Anti-Virus) it is always recommended to be up-to-date when it comes to cyber-security. For this, NPAV provides automatic update settings to the software whenever a new malware or virus is introduced & stays safe online. Also, if the user wants to update his system under his opinion or needs then he can do it manually. 

Following are the two ways to open scheduler from where you can Start and Stop automatic update

First way: 

a] Click on the shortcut of npav present on desktop then click on Setting Icon highlighted in the image. 

b] Click on Scheduler

Second way:

  Right Click on NPAV tray icon then click on scheduler.

How to Start Auto Update:

Step 1: 

After opening Scheduler, Check whether Auto update & Spyware Update task is present or not, if present then check whether it is ON or OFF

If it's OFF then click on Edit button 

Select the Activate this scheduler check box and click on OK button.

Step 2:

 if Auto Update task is not present in the scheduler then click on Add button

Now select auto update task and select frequency of update as per your convince

Now Select the Activate this scheduler check box and click on OK button.

Follow same steps to Activate Spyware Update.

How to stop Auto Update:

Following are the steps which can be done for Disabling the Auto Update setting, but it is strongly recommended not to disable automatic updates.

Step 1:

Check Spyware Update and Automatic Update tasks are ON, if they are OFF then no need to do anything, if they are ON then

Double click on "Spyware Update" , and remove the check box of "Activate this Schedule", then click on OK button. 

OR Just Delete this task by clicking Delete Button


Step 2:

Follow same steps for the "Auto Update" option.

OR Just Delete this task by clicking Delete Button

After these small steps, you can disable the Auto Update setting. If you want to enable the Auto Update do the same process only check the "Activate this Schedule".

Note: Please keep your Anti Virus Up to date.

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