EXCLUDE GDATA

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by ameneses54, Jan 7, 2010.

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  1. ameneses54

    ameneses54 Registered Member

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    Dear users,
    Anybody know how to exclude my drive "D" from being scanned with GDATA 2010 Internet Security Suite.
    The instructions in "help" make no sense and I've tried everything I can think of with no success.
    Please help, GDATA doesn't answer my emails.

    Arturo
     
  2. Ford Prefect

    Ford Prefect Registered Member

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    Hi Arturo,

    there is no direct option to exclude certain drives or directories from system scan.

    Workaround: define a new scanjob in the schedule area - here you can define analysis scope. Uncheck drive d in the tree view.

    This new job you can start manually whenever you want.

    Regards,
    Ford
     
  3. JoeBlack40

    JoeBlack40 Registered Member

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    That's usefull to me too :D
     
  4. ameneses54

    ameneses54 Registered Member

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    Dear Sir,
    Thank you very much I was going nuts. The program looks awesome but I needed the exclusions. Defining the scope does the trick.

    Arturo
     
  5. ameneses54

    ameneses54 Registered Member

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    Thank you for your advice on excluding a drive from a scan.
    Maybe you can help me with the "monitor"feature and excluding a drive or directory.
    The help files are confusing, they initially state as (exceptions) to choose a drive or directory you want to exclude ( and then it says to choose the drive or directory you want to protect.
    I don't understand this.
    If I don't want to monitor drive "D" what do I do.


    Arturo
     
  6. Technic

    Technic Registered Member

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    Monitor - Exceptions - Drive - Select D:
     
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