Question about control centre messaging options

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 1 Forum' started by ignacio, Feb 5, 2003.

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  1. ignacio

    ignacio Registered Member

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    Friends,

    this is my first post here :)

    Recently I installed NOD32 in a small network under Windows NT. I have one server as a mirror for updates, and i want to know how can i include the client Machine name in the virus warning message sent to admin. There is some kind of variable namad %MachineName% or something like that?

    Thanks for your attention.

    Ignacio
     
  2. ignacio

    ignacio Registered Member

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    Well... Because i didn't receive any answer about this question, i will answer it myself :D

    I found that if you want to know the Computer Name, you must include %ComputerName% in the message. :p

    Thanks for your attention.
     
  3. LowWaterMark

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    Hi ignacio,

    I'm sorry that no one came in to assist you between your first and second post here. Sometimes, the people that know the answer to a question just don't stop by in time... :doubt:

    I'm very glad you chose to post the answer yourself when you found it, as it may be of use to someone else in the future!!

    I hope that the next time you post here, you'll get the help you need. In the meantime, certainly feel free to post more answers here, we'd all appreciate that. :D

    Welcome to Wilders and the NOD32 Forum!!

    Best Wishes,
    LowWaterMark
     
  4. ignacio

    ignacio Registered Member

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    Don't worry. Sometimes it's not possible answer every question :)
    I will be here for a while, so i will make more questions and answer if i can ;)

    Best regards!

    Ignacio
     
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