I use Internet Download Manager as my download manager. Like most of its kind it has a provision to invoke an antivirus program to scan a downloaded file. It asks for the path to the file and any command line parameters. When I just specify the path to NOD32.exe, upon download the scanning window will pop up and indicate the file is scanned. If, however, I specify any command line parameters, NOD32 will not come up and the downloaded file will not be scanned by NOD32 (Yes, I realize IMON is scanning, but because download managers are supposed to be set for maximum compatability in IMON, it can miss some malware. For example, some of the Eicar test files will not be picked up by IMON if downloaded with a download manager) My question is, what profile is being used by specifying NOD32.exe without any command line parameters. Is it one of the profiles in NOD32's on demand scanner? Is it simply the command line defaults (which are indicated by bold print in the glossary of command line commands in the NOD32 manual)? Does anyone use Internet Download Manager with NOD32, and if so do you have any command line parameters specified in the IDM options? Thanks in advance for your help.