I am curious as to why nobody is discussing file and folder exclusions for on-demand scans. The Microsoft Knowledge base clearly states that certain exclusions MUST be made from both real-time AND on-demand (or scheduled) scans. I have been unable to learn how to create exclusions for scheduled scans, so I am faced with the following decision: 1. Scan all files (OK, all files in the Extension list) and hope for the best. There must be some extensions that should be scanned in general (like .exe, for example) but should maybe be excluded in certain folders. OR 2. Don't scan the SBS server - just depend on the real-time protection. I have seen situations where real-time has missed something that a scan subsequently found and cleaned, so I don't like this option either. I can't believe that anyone would make an AV product without the ability to exclude folders from a scan. I am hoping someone can give me their views on this, and tell me what you're doing with NOD32 V 2.7 on your SBS servers.