From what I see, it seems all quarantined files are stored in each user’s “documents” and in the folder \Local settings\Application data\ESET\ESET NOD32 Antivirus\Quarantine. This is a problem on our development server (Win 2003), which we use to test our web application and have on-line backup (from LiveVault) running. This backup uses Windows OS Volume Shadow Copying (VSC) service for every volume where any file is being backed-up. If any infected file is loaded onto this server and ESET quarantines it, the online backups fail - due to "corrupted" VSC. Is there a way to configure ESET to use specific disk volume and folder where these infected files are quarantined? I cannot find a way in our version 3.x - and suspect the same issue exists in the new version 4.x. Thanks ~ Jan P.S. I submitted a support request to ESET on this subbject, but so far I had no answer.