ESET SysInspector v1.2.012.0 has been released

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  1. agoretsky

    agoretsky Eset Staff Account

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    Hello,

    ESET SysInspector v1.2.012.0 has been released in Czech, English, French, French-Canadian, German, Polish, Russian, Spanish and Slovak.

    This release contains the following changes:
    • additional localizations
    • Service Script functionality
    • minor bug fixes
    If you have further questions, please your local ESET office, distributor or reseller.

    The new version is available for download from ESET's web site at http://www.eset.com/download/sysinspector.php .

    Regards,

    Aryeh Goretsky
     
  2. Habakuck

    Habakuck Registered Member

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    Hello Aryeh Goretsky.

    Is it possible that you post a dokumentation about the Service Script functionality here?

    That would be very great!

    Greetz
    Haba
     
  3. agoretsky

    agoretsky Eset Staff Account

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    Hello,

    I think ESET's knowledgebase team is working on a KB article on how to use Service Scripts with ESET SysInspector.

    Regards,

    Aryeh Goretsky
     
  4. Habakuck

    Habakuck Registered Member

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    Great to hear. Please let me know if you finished that article.

    Will the article include how to write those skripts?

    kind regards
     
  5. gmiossi

    gmiossi Registered Member

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    I'd also very, very much like to have an example of some sort of how to use this. We use a lot of custom scripts to do things like connect remote vnc sessions for support purposes, etc to PCs off our domain (which means we can't push via RPC/etc). Being able to directly do this with a service script would be wonderful (rather than trying to walk people through it by phone).

    I tried throwing some batch commands in a file, but it just gave a service script error when the client sync'd and tried to run it.

    Graham
    SCS Service, Inc.
     
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    What happened to the release of this KB article?
     
  7. nonoise

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    this is from help:

    Service Script

    Service script is a tool that serves to provide help to customers that use ESET SysInspector. It is used to remove unwanted objects from the system.

    Service script enables the user to export the entire SysInspector log, or its selected parts. After the export, you can mark unwanted objects for deletion. Then you can run the modified log to delete marked objects.

    Service Script is suited for advanced users with previous experience in diagnosing system issues. Unqualified modifications may lead to disabling the operating system.

    Example:
    If you have a suspicion that your computer is infected by a virus which is not detected by your antivirus program, follow the step-by-step instructions below:

    Run ESET SysInspector to generate a new system snapshot.
    Select the first item in the section on the left (in the tree structure), press Ctrl and select the last item to mark all items. Release Ctrl .
    Right click the selected objects and select the Export Selected Sections To Service Script context menu option.
    The selected objects will be exported to a new log
    This is the most crucial step of the entire procedure: open the new log and change the – attribute to + for all objects you want to remove. Please make sure you do not mark any objects required for the correct operation of the system.
    Open ESET SysInspector, click File > Run Service Script and enter the path to your script
    Click OK to run the script
     
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