How to reset AMON information?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by MarkusJ, Oct 18, 2003.

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  1. MarkusJ

    MarkusJ Guest

    Yep, when you go to "Resident modules and filters" - "AMON", you can see bunch of stuff on the panel, like number of files scanned, infected and cleaned. Now, how in the earth are you supposed to clean it up, for example, reset the "infected" files counter to zero?

    I have no idea and it does say in the help file nor in the FAQ (or atleast I didnt find it in there).
     
  2. sir_carew

    sir_carew Registered Member

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    Hello,
    If you restart windows, the statics will start of 0.
    (Obviously if you click on cc, AMON will not indicate 0 scanned files, because if you open cc, AMON scan it, and if you have a NT based-windows, the service start scanning when the user logon screen appear).
     
  3. Zom

    Zom Guest

    I would think on XP or NT based machines you could just logout then login instead of restarting computer.
     
  4. MarkusJ

    MarkusJ Guest

    Thanks for quick reply. :)
     
  5. DiGi

    DiGi Registered Member

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    - no, this isn't true...

    AMON/IMON (nod32krn.exe) is running as service - for whole system... Only way to reset these counter is going to Services menu and restart NOD32 service. But - probably AMON failed to (re)start...
     
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