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Firstly - are you really sure you want to disable the protection mechanisms? It doesn't seem to be a good idea to buy a product that is designed to protect your environment and then disable it from working 🙂
With the warning and waiver out of the way. To do what you require, you simply create a new policies which will override the default ones. Things to note:
The policy with the highest ID and is applicable to your EndPoint wins so it should be the new policies you have just created.
Should have probably asked this first but is there an issue you are struggling with or a reason for wanting to switch to notification for the protection modules?
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