NOD32 on Vista

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by NadaWTB, Feb 26, 2007.

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  1. NadaWTB

    NadaWTB Registered Member

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    I am using NOD32 2.70.32 on Vista Enterprise Edition, when I right click on a file to scan it, i get "User does not have administrator privileges. The Anti-Stealth technology is working in limited mode." Is there a setting in either NOD32 or Vista that I need to adjust?

    below is the entire log:

    Scan performed at: 2/26/2007 0:22:37 AM
    Scanning Log
    NOD32 version 2080 (20070225) NT
    Command line: C:\Users\NadaWTB\Desktop\Vista Pack for XP.rar
    Operating memory - error opening (Access denied) [4]
    Operating memory - is OK
    MBR sector of the 1. physical disk - Error reading disk sector
    MBR sector of the 2. physical disk - Error reading disk sector
    MBR sector of the 3. physical disk - Error reading disk sector
    MBR sector of the 4. physical disk - Error reading disk sector

    Date: 26.2.2007 Time: 00:22:53
    User does not have administrator privileges. The Anti-Stealth technology is working in limited mode.
    Scanned disks, folders and files: C:\Users\NadaWTB\Desktop\Vista Pack for XP.rar
    Number of scanned files: 312
    Number of threats found: 0
    Time of completion: 00:22:59 Total scanning time: 6 sec (00:00:06)
     
  2. uc-icq

    uc-icq Registered Member

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    Please make sure you've logged in as system administrator
     
  3. NadaWTB

    NadaWTB Registered Member

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    I am logged in as admin. I have even tried to give the nod32.exe file run as admin rights but when I do the NOD32 errors and will not run.
     
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  5. NadaWTB

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    I installed using the NOD32 pre-configured (BS's Extra settings) method. But I just recieved a notice of compatabilty from Vista about NOD32 2.70.32.0. I let Vista send the info off to try and find a solution. It generated a appcompat.txt but it is not understandable to someone like myself. I have attached the file
     

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  6. uc-icq

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    I'm too running Vista, but never had similar problems. Mine's Home Premium, 32 bit BTW.

    Your problem indeed appears weird to me, and admittedly, puts me at my wit's end. I hope some more knowledgable person will be able to answer your question.
     
  7. NadaWTB

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    Me too, I am running Vista Enterprise Edition 32bit, but I had the same problem when I ran a trial of Vista Ultimate.
     
  8. DVD+R

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    I got a similar report in the Scanner Log also to Nada's but at least it scanned the file and reported it was clean

    This incidently is the first time I have scanned a file singulary like this

    Vista Ultimate BTW
     
  9. plantextract

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    try turning off the user account control and see if it works, i found it to create a lot of issues for some applications that would normally require an administrator.
     
  10. ASpace

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    It is Vista that you need to adjust . ;) It is all connected to Vista's new security feautures and they way it handles applications.Read this thread , people with the same problem.
    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=164780&highlight=Anti Stealth

    You need to run in admin account and give C:\Program files\NOD32.exe admin (the highest) rights . If you can't find a solution to your problem,disable User Account Control in Windows Vista to see if this makes difference . If you want to keep UAC enabled and you can't find other solution , contact ESET Technical Support for further help:thumb:
     
  11. NadaWTB

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    thank you for your responses, above is what I posted in the https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=164780&highlight=Anti Stealth thread

    I Like NOD32 and always highly recommend it to my friends and business acquaintances.
     
  12. uc-icq

    uc-icq Registered Member

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    Strange I have UAC enabled, logged in as admin and never a problem...o_O
    Edit: On a double check I found I had this message too...
     
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  13. ASpace

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    Hi again.Thanks for letting me know . May be ESET or Microsoft will do everything to make it easier for the end-users with next NOD versions or Vista SP1 . I still use older versions of Windows (XP mainly) because I realise Vista is brand new product and although it had long public BETA there still might be something unpolished . In my opinion fully updated XP SP2 with NOD32 can be really secure.From what I have heard Vista's UAC is not "very user friendly" but if you do want to use it , you can always contact ESET Tech Support or Microsoft Support for further assistance . Both ESET and Microsoft are very friendly and helpful with their customers , I can't complain from the support ;)

    I gave you a link to the ESET Support , here is how you can contact Microsoft for support (both via web,email or phone) :thumb:
     
  14. NadaWTB

    NadaWTB Registered Member

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    I agree, and did not mean to sound like it was all Eset's fault. I did send the appcompat.txt that Vista generated about nod32 to MS.
     
  15. ASpace

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    No worries . ;) :thumb: :thumb:
     
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