Help with command line

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by djmorgan, May 16, 2005.

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  1. djmorgan

    djmorgan Registered Member

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    Read the manual and Blackspear's very informative setup tutorial which I have applied to my system.

    Now I use a download manager called Reget which will pass a file downloaded to a AV scanner

    I have set this up as follows;

    nod32.exe

    Command line: test.exe /Clean /heur+ /scanboot- /scanmbr- /Quit

    As I only want to scan the single file not all the other stuff!

    But I get this error in the logs

    Path test.exe\ is invalid.
    Number of scanned files: 0
    Number of threats found: 0

    I don't know where the \ comes from.... or how to fix the problem....HELP

    OR

    Do I need to do this at all will NOD test the file as it comes onto my HD?

    Thanks in advance

    David
     
  2. alglove

    alglove Registered Member

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    It thinks "test.exe" is a folder, not a file. Try using the full path, instead. If there are spaces in the full path, you may need to enclose it in quotes. For example:

    Command line: "C:\full path\test.exe" /Clean /heur+ /scanboot- /scanmbr- /Quit
     
  3. djmorgan

    djmorgan Registered Member

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    Thanks but not what I was looking for, the download manager passes the file to the AV so I have no control over it.

    But I have learnt that NOD is indeed very good, if the download manager tries to download a nasty file NOD stops it and if a nasty appears on the computer NOD again despatches it with vigor...

    Here is a good site to test your system

    Test Virus
     
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