exclude files

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by Reymar_Santos20, Apr 9, 2008.

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  1. Reymar_Santos20

    Reymar_Santos20 Registered Member

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    when u exclude files or application use in server theres is a way to scan automatic the files that exclude or do a time to scan that?
     
  2. viruscraft

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    sorry,i can not understand what you said.

    Could you please say it more clearly?
     
  3. Reymar_Santos20

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    if i exclude a files using nod32 3.0 theres is a way to scan the files that i exclude. and theres is a way to automatic scan the exclude files.?
     
  4. viruscraft

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    You can scan it manually ,of crouse.
     
  5. proactivelover

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    great Question:thumb: but what's the Questiono_O
    r u telling us or want us to tell you something:doubt:
    and what's a yummy english language:argh:
     
  6. Reymar_Santos20

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    manualy scan. can set of scanning to the exclude files for automatic scan for example i want to scan the file that i exclude for 12 pm?
     
  7. viruscraft

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    I suppose his question is:

    Is there a way to scan the excluded files with EAV?
     
  8. Hangetsu

    Hangetsu Registered Member

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    That is an interesting question (and hopefully the one he wants answered :D): Is there a way to exclude a file from the real-time scan, yet make it available to be scanned during scheduled / manual scans?

    If not, that is something that probably should be there.
     
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