Does EAV 4.2 scan network traffic, i.e. that to/from a UNC path? I've noticed the option to enable/disable the scanning of mapped drives, but what about UNC paths? Last night I was copying some files via the UNC path from our file server. It was taking ages, so I looked at Task Manager (Windows 7) and noticed ekrn.exe was using a chunk of CPU. So I disabled EAV completely, yet ekrn.exe was still running and the Live Stats in EAV were still showing a large amount of data being read. Is this normal? I would have thought if I disable EAV, it doesn't read anymore data? The same issue happens on a Windows XP machine, again with v4.2. The XP machine in question is a fresh build, only running EAV and built to see if this issue occurs on a standalone machine running nothing but the OS and EAV. Is ESET aware of this issue? Are there any plans to fix the issue?