I went to Control Panel and ran the Programs and Features shortcut icon.Found Symantec Endpoint Protection and I clicked on the Remove button.Download the Latest Version Open SSL 1.0.1h for Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager now uses Open SSL 1.0.1h.The update to Open SSL addresses several security vulnerabilities, including the one known as Heartbleed, which the Open SSL Security Advisory for CVE-2014-0160 describes.Even if I could, it is still not advisable to be running two different antivirus at the same time which can cause conflict and slow down of the system.After research, I found out how to remove the password so that I can uninstall Symantec Endpoint Protection.
If you are unable to run the DPlot application please follow the below steps. This will allow you to disable the Application and device control feature.
Note: The above steps are applicable for unmanaged client.-----------So there you have it.
I'm hopeful that a future release of Symantec's product will fix this problem and you will not have to disable anything to run DPlot.
Thanks to persistent user and UF prof Ted Krauthammer, we have this from Symantec Technical Support: According to the troubleshooting steps we followed for the previous case, Application and Device control feature is the one which blocks the user from accessing the DPot application.
Also for a unmannaged client disabling ADC feature wont have that much impact on the client.