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Norton Script Blocking

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Is there a way to block a script that was previously authorized in Norton Internet Security 2005?

I installed Google Desktop yesterday and it seemed to require a script (which Norton thought might be suspicious) to run; so I somewhat foolishly authorized it. I have uninstalled Google Desktop and would like to block that script should it ever appear again, but can't find where Norton stores the scripts whitelist/allow list.

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