Disabling Auto-Update

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by blipblop, Sep 4, 2006.

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  1. blipblop

    blipblop Registered Member

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    Forgive my ignorance and the fact that it might have been answered already in the past (I did try using search, but couldn't find any relevant info).

    I was just wondering if there's a way to fully disable auto-checking of updates, in order to decide manually wherever you want Nod32 to check for them.

    Thank you in advance!
     
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    In Control Center in the left panel click on Update. Then in the right panel uncheck Automatic Update. That should work.
     
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    Actually this was the first thing I tried out, but all I got back was a window telling me "Automatic update can be disabled or removed from the list of scheduled tasks". How am I supposed to remove it, since I'm just able to make a new schedule (if I understand correctly) which doesn't offer me the choice to fully disable it?
     
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    NOD32 System Tools (left panel) - Scheduler/Planner (left panel).

    In right panel uncheck Regular automatic update.

    Does this work?
     
  5. blipblop

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    Yep...thank you very much. I was trying to solve the problem via the Update section. I had totally forgotten about the System Tools.

    Sometimes things are easier that you think.

    Thanks again! ;)
     
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    You are very welcome.
     
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