NOD32 v3 & Windows SteadyState

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by Beta7, Jun 3, 2008.

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  1. Beta7

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    Here's my issue. I have two computers in a public access environment. We are locking them down with a very nice program called Windows SteadyState. This program accomplishes what we need because it reverts to a stored image on reboot. It has an exceptions area when you are setting it up to allow updates from Windows Update and a few other A/V products. Currently NOD32 is not included in the list of scripts they have for 3rd party programs. What I'm looking for is somebody to help me with a VB script I can put in the SteadyState directory to allow NOD32 to update at the 2am time everything else does. I can give an example of one of the scripts they have for another A/V product if that would be helpful. I will monitor this thread, if you need more information on anything to help me, let me know.
     
  2. Bubba

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    Change the script example to a text file and upload it as an attachment to a post or if it's a short script, simply copy\paste the contents to a post and someone could see what it might take.

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    I would also suggest a Google search for steadystate av script. There were some pretty good forum threads out there for assistance.

    for instance....http://forums.microsoft.com/WindowsToolsandUtilities/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=1811683&SiteID=69
     
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  3. Beta7

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    This is the script for TrendMicro
     
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    Anybody have any suggestions for this issue?
     
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