Quarantining

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by Ego_Dekker, Jul 14, 2012.

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  1. Ego_Dekker

    Ego_Dekker Registered Member

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    1. I have installed Risen (game) with a no-dvd fix (EEAD9709F07AE626DC75B378ABD8C601). This file is excluded, but somehow NOD32 removes it on every Windows start-up without copying to quarantine and logging!
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    It's a lie. It will be removed from its original location.
     
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    There is another location from which you can quarantine a file. That is the tools section in the main GUI
     
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    Disabling startup scan tasks makes no difference.
     
  4. Marcos

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    What about disabling startup scan tasks as well as automatic start of real-time protection? In that case, ESET would not scan any files and thus could not remove them either.
     
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    I have disabled them, but the file still disappears tracelessly.
     
  6. Marcos

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    Then I'd suggest creating a Process Monitor log from a boot as per the instructions here. It is very unlikely that the file is removed by ESET if both real-time scanner and startup scan tasks are disabled.
     
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    Before you suggested to create a Process Monitor log, I had re-enabled self-defense and it worked.
     
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