One of our 90 NOD32 users has a problem with the scheduled, on-demand scan using up enough CPU to render her computer useless for an hour. It seems to be some interaction with Outlook, and maybe with IE. It has been going on for well over year, despite many efforts to deal with it (upgrading, trying to disable this and that, etc etc etc.) From other discussions I've seen, it seems there is no solution for a problem like this. So I'd like to just modify the configuration for her computer so it does a scan after she goes home for the day, and then shuts down. And it may be that we'd prefer to schedule after-hours scans for other users, too, even though they don't experience this particular problem. I can schedule a command-line scan if there is no better way to do this, but I'd rather not have to maintain scripts to do it. Is there a way to schedule a shutdown to happen automatically when the scan is done, without having to do a command-line scan?