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  1. Knobshine

    Knobshine Registered Member

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    Just a quick question on notifications...

    Is there anyway to get more detailed info in a notification about an alert that was generated by the on-demand scanner.

    I get an alert like this:
    3/14/2007 22:17:03 PM - During execution of NOD32 - On-demand scanner on the computer ****, the following warning occured: An alert has been generated. See the on-demand scanner Log for details.

    With an AMON alert I get a nice detailed notification telling what the threat was and where it was found.

    Can i get the same type of info from an on-demand scanner alert notification?
     
  2. Marcos

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    No, it's not possible. The whole on-demand scanner log files are not sent as an attachment if this is what you meant.
     
  3. Knobshine

    Knobshine Registered Member

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    Thanks for the reply.

    Cool, so the only way to get the details of the alert is to actually check the log file of the on-demand scanner locally on the PC concerned?

    -edit

    I don't want the log file as an attachment I just wondered if more info could be shown in the notifications text.

    something like:
    During execution of NOD32 - On-demand scanner on the computer ****, the following warning occured: C:\WINDOWS\system32\p2pnetworking.exe infected with Win32/IRCBot.SH trojan

    instead of:
    During execution of NOD32 - On-demand scanner on the computer ****, the following warning occured: An alert has been generated. See the on-demand scanner Log for details.

    As sometimes a client is out of town and we get this notification and we have no way of getting to the machine to check the log file and see if it is a critical issue that needs immediate attention.
     
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