Remove “Quarantine File” and “Submit files for analysis” from context menu

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  1. kevin009

    kevin009 Registered Member

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    Hello,
    I would like to remove/exclude the options : “Quarantine File” and “Submit files for analysis” from appearing in the context menu.

    Is this possible ?
     
  2. Marcos

    Marcos Eset Staff Account

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    This is not currently possible, but we'll certainly add such an option.
     
  3. krypton_harsh

    krypton_harsh Registered Member

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    An another nice option

    why dont u directly set an option of cleaning files, instead of scan file
    or go to advanced options > clean files

    it will be easier for Novice user to just right click > clean files,,

    think bout it
     
  4. kevin009

    kevin009 Registered Member

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    Good idea, but users would prefer that after a scan is completed, we should be able to right-click the detected malware and select "Clean File" to bring up a list of available options to take against the file (just like how 2.7 did)

    But why was this option not implemented in Version 3.0 from the beginning ?

    Can this one be done too ?

    Any answers from an ESET moderator ?
     
  5. krypton_harsh

    krypton_harsh Registered Member

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    kevin, i have set some options which automatically clean / delete when a virus is found,

    take a look

    in the advanced options (F5)

    1. Real time file protection system > setup > cleaning > strict Cleaning (Slider)
    2. Antivirus and Antispyware > threatsense setup > Cleaning > Strict Cleaning
    3

    Similarly do it for , Email Protection, web access protection and on demand Scan

    any virus detected in realtime / on demand scan, will automatically clean / deleted
    instead of users clicking delete, delete, delete again again,
    saving up scan time a lot....
    i hope it helps
    thankz
     
  6. kevin009

    kevin009 Registered Member

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    Hello Krypton,

    I don't agree with strict cleaning, Manual cleaning is the best for me.

    Look at 2.7, I was able to scan anything, then after the scan, right click and delete any file that you like.
    But this option is not available in NOD32 V.3
     
  7. krypton_harsh

    krypton_harsh Registered Member

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    actually it depends on the environment, for ex.
    if u are infected with a autoit.xx variant
    there will be a file.exe with the same name as the folder in every possible folder on u;r computer...
    so its spreads to almost lakhs of droplets of virus....
    in that case.. u cant click u;r mouse on "delete" for that number of time.....

    isn't it...??
     
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