How do I enable quarantine as a choice for AMON when it catches a virus? I want to enable this in the configuration of AMON and I don't think it is possible. Why not? When I click on "HELP" in AMON, and then index/quarantine, I am sent to AMON "Setup/actions" which says absolutely nothing about quarantine. It tells me to go to the "Security" tab. There I find a discussion about the other actions that are offered when AMON catches a virus, but again nothing is said about quarantine. Why? Just now, AMON caught a trojan that I knew was in a file I downloaded and was testing to see if adv. heuristics would catch it... not a peep...very disappointing as McAfee and KAV caught it before it was unzipped but NOD doesn't. AMON catches it after unzipping, but doesn't have a name for it and it is not a new trojan. Anyhow, when AMON caught it, I saw the option to quarantine on the screen but, of course, the option was not checked because there is no way, as far as I can see, to check it when configuring AMON. I should be able to check quarantine in the configuration of AMON. I want AMON to automatically quarantine and not ask me what to do. It should quarantine automatically, if I have the quarantine box checked in configuration. Then I should be able to go to quarantine and decide what I want to do there or I should be able to just leave it in quarantine and take no further action. But then quarantine is not a real quarantine when it comes to NOD...oh no... NOD doesn't ever quarantine anything. It merely copies the file and leaves the original where it was! I don't want to deal with it when AMON catches it. I want AMON to send the file to quarantine. Poof! It disappears from where ever it was and then I can choose then or later to deal with it in quarantine. Or I choose to leave it forever in quarantine and never deal with it. THIS is how it should work. Quarantine really needs a lot of fixing. .Quarantine is one of the most important functions of an av and NOD handles it so poorly and in a very misleading, and thus potentially highly dangerous, manner.