AMON configuration

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 1 Forum' started by Jaewyn, Jan 19, 2003.

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  1. Jaewyn

    Jaewyn Registered Member

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    I have done the NOD32 configuration as displayed in wilders.org, so amon automatically tries to disinfect a virus, and in amon delete, exclude and rename was disabled.

    So, first question, why is it good to disable delete and rename ?

    Second question : what happens if amon doesnt succeed in disinfecting the file. Does it still forbid the access to the infected file ?

    Thanks :)

    Sorry if this has been answered before, but I havent found the answer on those forums :)
     
  2. rodzilla

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    > I have done the NOD32 configuration as displayed in wilders.org, so amon automatically tries to disinfect a virus, and in amon delete, exclude and rename was disabled.

    > So, first question, why is it good to disable delete and rename ?

    > Second question : what happens if amon doesnt succeed in disinfecting the file. Does it still forbid the access to the infected file ?

    AMON cannot delete or disinfect.

    "Exclude" is a baaaaad idea unless you know 100% what you are doing.

    AMON will block the virus. Run the on-demand scanner to disinfect or delete the file ... or manually delete if it is an infected email.
     
  3. Jaewyn

    Jaewyn Registered Member

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    What are you talking about ? In amon setup, in actions tabs, I have the auto disinfect check box, the disinfect, rename, delete, exclude checkbox, and you tell me amon is unable to disinfect or delete ? :D

    So if I click on "Close" in amon, then tries to open the infected file again, I will still have amon message ? And I will be unable to access the file until it has been disinfected ? Good thing this one :)

    If setup will change in next NOD32 version, I hope wilders.org will put online an other recommanded setup :)

    Why do not check for all files in amon, and check for all files in NOD32 ?

    Thanks for all :) And, rod, I'm glad your eyes were cured :)
     
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