Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security v3 Beta Forum' started by geircito, May 10, 2007.
.. is available now...''-
well damn, everything I had complained about, looks fixed. For starters it didnt roll back on installation. Interactive firewall is working well. Sorry, have to remove my foot from my ass for now. Good job, I mean it.
You'll find something else to complain about, don't worry
maybe, but they have basically taken the beta from an infant that couldnt walk, to something that is getting real close to prime time. I have run it through the grinder and it has not burbed once.
Fixed all my bugs, job well done.
looks good from my end as well. How long before we might see a right click scan with function added so we can scan individual files again?
yeah seemsto work here as it should
Exclude is hopefully next
Seems to have fixed the interactive mode firewall errors with in coming connection requests. No other errors detected but still needs finishing work. Seems some GUI parts not updating but those are not errors just not completed. GREAT job so far! Running on XP Pro SP2 all updates, Office 2003
Still no 64bit support I assume ?
As it's been said, this is beta 1a which does not bring any new features but fixes bugs that have been reported. Beta 2 should bring x64 support as well as context menu integration and some other features.
That's what I thought but just wanted to be clear.
Million dollar question.... any approx idea on timescale for teh Beta 2 with 64 bit support ?
Not all mine ...
Waiting for BETA 2 or final to be fixed ...
vero good news.. i want to test the new beta 2 thanks for the fix in the beta 1a..
Inquiring minds want to know.
I had to remove it again. I guess conflicts with K9 web protection. It works for awhile and then it slows up. No web pages will be displayed and then the Eset icon in the tray disappears. If I set it to allow all through the firewall, all works ok. But of course my Eset icon is red. They are getting their, it just takes time.
in my opinion ，i don't think it necessary
Actually you are right . As long as real-time protection is enabled , right click scan is unnecessary but it is just a matter of habit . All AVs have it , incl NOD32 , habit . You know habits , extremely difficult to change
it will definately be in the final version if not the next beta. to me it's essential for quickly scanning archives which the real-time scanner wont do and to go through the on-demand process is too time consuming
Still getting a BSOD with both my Netgear and D-Link wireless adapters. The file it mentions in the BSOD is ndisuio.sys.
Every machine will respond differently to these fixes. I havent heard any different from my sales guy. So far final is still scheduled for June 2007.
I am resisting trying the betas, but temtation is building. Glad i got .37 to kinda make me feel better.
do you have another firewall install on that pc?
I'm loving mine so far
Nope, no other firewall installed.
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