Discussion in 'WormGuard' started by Dazed_and_Confused, Jun 5, 2004.
Once you Quaratine a file, is there a way to restore it to it's orignal format and location?
Simply take the extra .txt off the end of the file and drag/send it to where it originated from. You will get a warning of course, saying it's maybe not safe to do, blah!
I presume you mean some of the test files you played with, otherwise why would you want to restore 'baddies'.
Precisely, Tass. Thanks! Another Suggestion for next release: Automate this process.
Speaking of Copy/Move to... do you have this little handy utility in your Right Click Context Menu Options.
It's a VBS script to add the options of Copy or Move to...... any file, etc. to a designated folder.
Verrrry handy.. I do a lot of copy/move to different sections and it save me having to open Windows Explorer and navigating to the spot, especially when it goes to the same area a lot, as it remembers the last time you opened it.
I will upload the .zip next post.
LOL, of course, you will have to remove VBS from WG's blocked listings...
Here ya go...
Unzip... I have included .txt file and screenies to follow... there is an UNINSTALL also.
Actually, when I drag a file from one folder to another using the right-click button, a menu automatically pops up like the one below.
Ummm yeah, but they are stating HERE as opposed to Copy/Move TO...
In other words it copies whatever you last "clipboarded" to the designated area you are currently in.
This is the window you get using the one I sent.
I clicked on a .txt file [highlighted at top] and selected Move To.... and you get this window, navigate to wherever, and click MOVE button.
I see. Thanks, Tass. I'll give it a try.
But the automated "move back to original position" in which the additions are removed would be a good extra option.
Was it posted in the WormGuard4 suggestions thread already?
Think not, maybe nobody ever wanted to restore a possible baddy or left them in place.
Yes. Posted it there yesterday!
don't get the threadname only your posting; can you tell in which discussion thread that is? thanks
ahh answer #3 in this same thread.
Jooske - Sorry. Here is the link to the discussion. See last post.
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