In the general Preferences section, you can customize general settings for your ZoneAlarm 2019 software:
To get to general preferences settings:
From the ZoneAlarm 2019 client main menu toolbar, select Tools > Preferences. The Preferences window opens.
You can set a password to protect your ZoneAlarm product configuration.
To set a password:
To backup your ZoneAlarm security settings:
To restore previously saved security settings:
To restore the security settings to default configuration:
By default, ZoneAlarm 2019 software loads at startup. If you do not want it to load at startup, you can change the startup setting.
To change the startup setting:
By default, ZoneAlarm 2019 software uses the default proxy you set up for your browser, or gets the proxy configuration through a PAC script. If for some reason ZoneAlarm 2019 fails to run antivirus updates, although the proxy is configured, you can manually configure the proxy settings in ZoneAlarm 2019 software client.
To configure a proxy server:
To register your copy of ZoneAlarm 2019 software:
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